Strategic partnership with CleanTech Business Club

Joins Forces to Propel Sustainable Innovation

On the occasion of its 10th anniversary celebrated in Munich on June 20, 2024, the CleanTech Business Club (CBC) announced a strategic partnership with Euro-Funding. This collaboration aims to identify and support disruptive startups in the cleantech, clean hydrogen, and clean water sectors through CBC’s start-up hub. Euro-Funding will provide guidance on European public funding strategies, while CBC will connect these startups with international investors.

The CleanTech Business Club is an international network aimed at promoting clean technology and sustainable business practices. Its primary purpose is to bring together leaders from various industries, government, finance, and academia to collaborate on advancing clean technology solutions. Key objectives of the CBC include:

1. Fostering Collaboration

Encouraging partnerships and cooperation among members to drive innovation in clean technology and sustainable business practices.

2. Promoting Clean Technologies

Advocating for the adoption and integration of clean technologies to reduce environmental impact and enhance energy efficiency.

3. Networking and Knowledge Sharing:

Providing a platform for members to exchange ideas, share best practices, and stay updated on the latest developments in clean technology.

4. Influencing Policy

Engaging with policymakers to shape regulations and policies that support the growth of the cleantech, clean hydrogen, and clean water sectors.

5. Supporting Business Development:

Offering resources and opportunities for businesses to grow and succeed in the cleantech, clean hydrogen, and clean water markets.

Overall, CBC aims to accelerate the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy by leveraging the collective expertise and influence of its members.

The partnership seeks to foster innovation, promote clean technologies, and drive the growth of sustainable business practices.

Our Collaborations

With a diverse clientele ranging from tech startups and technology centres to public bodies and large industrial groups, we naturally collaborate with business associations. These partnerships result in joint actions like sector-specific reports and global conferences.

Our two decades of expertise in public funding have fostered strong relationships with government bodies managing various public funds.

As founding members of the Spanish Association for Innovation Financing (AFIDI), we aim to promote and support private sector innovation by facilitating funding and raising public administration awareness