InfoTiles named top 25 most innovative start-ups in Nordic Cleantech Open
Stavanger, August 25th 2022 - InfoTiles is pleased to be named as one of the top 25 cleantech innovators for water and wastewater at Nordic Cleantech Open.
The eleventh edition of the competition, organised by Cleantech Scandinavia, selected the best companies from 137 candidates across the Nordic and Baltic countries. The top 25 were selected by an international jury that includes a panel of 50 Cleantech Scandinavia members from venture capital firms, multinational industries, the utility sector, development agencies, and public investment.
The competition aims to shape the innovation landscape and foster a more sustainable future by bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, industry and governments. Candidates were evaluated for innovation level, market potential, and execution ability.
On September 20th & 21st 2022, InfoTiles will present their case to the jury and the extended Cleantech Scandinavia network in the town of Smygehamn, Southern Sweden.
About Cleantech Scandinavia - Our exclusive platform of Nordic and Baltic cleantech companies offers a unique opportunity for our international community network of investors, industrials, real estate companies, cities, service providers and the public sector. Today we have more than 50 members, including venture funds, industrial ventures from leading multinational companies, energy companies, cities, service providers and government organisations.
About the Nordic Cleantech Open competition - For 11 years, the Nordic Cleantech Open competition has served as an observation tower for the up and coming cleantech innovation trends that will support the transition to a low carbon reality.
About InfoTiles - InfoTiles provides software that combines and enriches data from different silos, including legacy water utility systems. When enriched with public data, utilities discover new insights and make sustainable decisions based on facts, leading to sustainable water use in our communities.
Ageing infrastructure, inadequate investment, and a changing climate are all contributing to unsustainable water use and supplies globally. Data can help address these challenges in a connected and coherent way that is fit for purpose for decisions makers.
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