Are you a startup with a tech-enabled climate solution?
You could be one of the 15 startups slated for success in the Angels for Climate Solutions program. This program’s results-driven workshops will test your investor readiness and set you on the path to winning a $100,000 investment.
Exercise your Grit
15 select startups will undergo 6-weeks of core investment training and immediately put the course outcomes to the test at the first pitch night. Pitching directly to the investor cohort, the top 5 finalists will be selected and will advance to the second leg of the program: 5-weeks of specialized investor training plus side-be-side due-diligence sessions with the investors.
Pitch for $100K
The top 5 finalists will pitch to the angel investor cohort one final time, and one company will walk away with an investment of $100,000.
Application Deadline: November 30, 2022
What you can expect to gain by enrolling in the Angels for Climate Solutions Program:
- *NEW* 1:1 investment mentorship
- Refine and sharpen your pitch
- Revisit funding fundamentals
- Craft a compelling story for your solution
- Optimize your sales strategy and marketing plan
- *NEW* Specialized investment training tailored to the top 5 startups
- Prepare for due diligence
- Have the opportunity to pitch for $100,000
- Build and nourish investor relationships
Bonus: Fast-track for Project Greenlight
The Top 5 finalists from the startup cohort will enjoy a fast-tracked application experience when applying for demonstration opportunities through the Vancouver Economic Commission’s flagship Project Greenlight (PGL) program. They will also receive tailored support from PGL program managers, including pre- and post-application pitch guidance.
Project Greenlight provides innovators the opportunity to pilot their solutions atop some of the region’s largest infrastructure networks, including stormwater systems, energy hubs, transit systems, municipal vehicle fleets and commercial real estate portfolios.
Bonus: Winner Takes More
*NEW* The grand prize winner will also be nominated to receive additional seed grant funding of up to 100K from Sustainable Development Technology Canada.