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Alliance to Support the Greentech Community

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Alliance to Support the Greentech CommunityThis organization transforms awareness into action by providing Greentech companies with access to knowledge, people and funding. The website provides a page that explains what “green technology” is. The Greentech Alliance connects stakeholders who fight are fighting the climate crisis.

The alliance has over 1,000 members, over 500 advisors, and over 10 partners. The alliance facilitates networking between members, advisors and their external stakeholders. It creates new business opportunities for members, share awareness of, and access to, sources of funding, shares knowledge and best practices about business and impact, and creates new visibility opportunities for members, locally and internationally.

Users can read about the Alliance’s membership criteria before applying for it. Virtual conferences and workshops are listed on the website for people to join and participate in; these resources can help members network and learn from other corporates, startups, or investors.

Regardless of membership, users can subscribe to this website’s newsletter to stay updated on progress made in the green tech industry.

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