Carbon13 supports people from scientific backgrounds to become founders of a high growth startup which can credibly, measurably and significantly reduce carbon emissions. We do this through our venture builder for the climate emergency and this webinar is an introduction aimed at scientists, developers, technologists and engineers, to discuss how you can make an impact on carbon by commercialising your expertise or prototype, or by simply understanding “how to get past the prototype”.
Become a founder of a high growth startup which can credibly, measurably and significantly reduce carbon emissions. Carbon13’s eight month Venture Builder for the Climate Emergency brings together a select cohort of talented people from science, research and industry, all highly motivated to reduce carbon emissions and equivalents. On the programme we will enable you to come together with a technical cofounder to develop a scalable business that can reduce carbon emissions. Carbon13 is placed at the heart of the Cambridge ecosystem, the UK’s hotspot for climate entrepreneurship and deep tech ventures.
In startups, it’s widely understood that “Ideas are Easy, Execution is Everything.” Everyone is told that ideas are ten a penny, and that bringing the innovation to life is what matters. This is, of course, an oversimplification – our video and blog will shed light on this topic for you in the Net Zero economy.
How do we get to net zero? And how do entrepreneurs leverage the opportunities and build scalable ventures? This article will provide you with an insight into the pathway to net zero available to entrepreneurs and startups in the Net Zero economy, to support the effort to reach net zero targets set across the globe.