Square Pegs, Round Holes, and Innovation

I spoke a couple of weeks ago at the NextWave Greentech Investing conference (organized by my friend Rob Day at Black Coral Capital). My aim was to describe the past, present, and future of investment in energy and environmental innovation in a way that would not epically bore the crowd… So I brought props.

While I failed in my stretch goal to break something onstage, I hope I articulated the square peg/round hole challenge in this field. Here’s the video:

Feedback is welcome. I’ve also put up a version of the slides on the tools page.

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1 Response to Square Pegs, Round Holes, and Innovation

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