VTCE2020: Not another zoom meeting disguised as an event

virtual event VCTCE2020

VCTCE2020 will deliver connections via networking opportunities, interactions with speakers and other attendees as well as face-to-face meetings with exhibitors.  To fit in with its attendee’s busy schedule and based on their feedback, the conference is structured to take place overthree-and-a-half days allowing them to grow their business while building their industry network. 

While we know that virtual events can’t replace in-person events, but this event promises to be the next best thing.

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With the challenges facing us today, not only from the COVID-19 pandemic but also from the impacts of climate change such as fires and floods, the theme of Cleantech: fast-tracking sustainable growth is more relevant than ever. This means we need to move quickly and together as a unified Cleantech sector. The conversations that will happen at this event couldn’t wait till next year, that’s why we are going virtual.

With networking opportunities throughout to meet and do business with cleantech producers, innovators, buyers and investors, this 100 per cent virtual event is designed to facilitate the cross-sector conversations and collaboration required to drive the continuing growth of the Cleantech sector. 

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Just like an in-person conference, VCTCE2020 will have an exhibition showcasing the industry’s latest technologies and top service offerings. The cost to exhibit is $500 inc GST per booth, which includes a ticket to the conference sessions (plus a long list of other benefits). 

Tickets to get involved as an attendee at VCTCE2020 have been priced to ensure every member of the Cleantech community, from start-ups and students to government and corporates, can afford to participate. At only $295 all-inclusive they are available via the website

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