Uniting investors with the environmental industry's top innovators

October 13, 2005

Brussels, 12 Oct 2005

The conference 'EnvirotechInvest' will take place in London, UK, on 22 November.

The event will provide a platform uniting the investment world with the environmental industry's top innovators. Envirotech Invest will give investors and corporations the opportunity to discover the latest innovations to help streamline environmental processes. The conference will also allow small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to showcase their technology to investors.

The day will feature presentations from esteemed speakers from the UK government, regional development agencies, investors who have advised on previous investment projects, and hi-tech companies at various stages of the commercialisation process.

For further information, please visit:
http:///www.imperial.ac.uk/pictures/e vent s/Envirotech_brochure.pdf

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