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Venture, , Innovation, and Partnering OpporutnitiesJoin us for the third annual gathering of senior-level investors, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and start-up leaders, from the battery tech and energy storage space.

Panel Topics

  • Government and private sector investment, driving innovation across the energy storage value chain
  • Innovation and Investment in minerals and raw materials sourcing, extraction and processing
  • Commercialization of novel battery chemistries & innovations in alternative cell chemistries
  • Surging investment in solid state technology
  • Cell manufacturing investment – a continuing trend
  • Recycling, the next pressing need for investment and innovation

Strategic Sponsors

Cantor Colburn Logo Cushman & Wakefield Logo Ten-Nine Logo

Meet Our Co-Chairs

Amanda Bamberger

Amanda Bamberger
VP
Ecosystem Integrity Fund

Celina Mikolajczak

Celina Mikolajczak
Chief Battery Technology Officer
Lyten

Megan O'Connor
Co-founder and CEO
Nth Cycle

About the Event

The Battery Venture, Innovation & Partnering Conference will take place in conjunction with the 41st Annual International Battery Seminar in Florida, on March 13, 2024. We are excited to run an investor-style conference in parallel with an already successful and established event of 2,000+ delegates. Investment in battery and energy storage companies has exploded in recent years and is coming from several sources, including corporate, venture capital, private equity, public market, debt financing, and government. Continued funding is very much needed to get battery technologies launched and into commercial stages at scale. The Venture, Innovation & Partnering Conference will bring together C-level corporate executives, investors, and CEOs from innovative start-ups, under one roof. Through panel and breakout discussions, many topics will be explored, including the current investment market, who is investing, and what technologies are being funded. Thoughts will be shared on valuation, value creation, and market conditions, as well as what start-ups can do to move the needle on valuation for their company. We will review recent exits and M&As, and what companies look for in an acquisition. We will discuss value drivers and differentiators for companies in a tight capital environment and what it has been like fundraising at this time, as well as how best to work with your investors. This conference is designed for early- and late-stage start-up companies, investors currently active or contemplating entry, and strategics from the energy storage sector keen to drive innovation. There will be ample time for networking and discussion throughout the day and you can also visit the technical Battery Seminar & Exhibit, running in parallel, to get a sense of where the industry is going from a technical perspective. Attend to learn more.

Keynote & Innovative Talks

Panel Discussions

1-on-1 Networking

Meals & Receptions

Key Contacts

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Edel O’Regan Ph.D.

Edel O’Regan Ph.D.
Vice President, Production
(+1) 781-697-0586
eoregan@cambridgeinnovationinstitute.com

PARTNERING AND SPONSORSHIP

Brian Caine

Brian Caine
Business Development Manager, Investor Series
(+1) 908-809-0946
bcaine@healthtech.com