MCJ Collective – the company with an extensive network of people, powering innovation for climate solutions, is hosting an event in London for climate tech entrepreneurs. The event will take place at Epoch Biodesign’s HQ at 10 Finsbury square in London on Monday, April 3rd from 5:45 PM to 8:30 PM GMT+1.
It is called: MCJ London: Building A Biotech Startup In Climate and involves a panel discussion, Q&As, and a tour of Epoch Biodesign’s laboratory. Participants can register here.
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The focus will be on the challenges and opportunities for climate startups that are spinning out of UK universities. It will also break down silos and unleash problem-solving capacity. The event will aim to answer the questions of entrepreneurs at the start of their journey, facilitate the flow of information, ideas, and capital needed to accelerate climate tech startups and enable collaboration.
Panelists will be:
- Moderator: Sarah Melissa Jones – Investor from Zero Carbon Capital, a company involved in pre-seed and seed-stage investments in hard-science solutions aiming to address the challenges of decarbonization in the UK, Europe, and Israel.
- Insiya Jafferjee – Founder & CEO of Shellworks, a company producing sustainable packaging alternatives to plastic
- Jacob Nathan – Co-founder and CEO of Epoch Biodesign, a London-based biotech company
- Max Jamilly – Co-founder of Hoxton Farms, a biotech company producing animal fat without animals
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MCJ Collective is supporting climate solutions via its community of 2500+ people. It consists of MCJ Media, MCJ Membership – a paid experience for entrepreneurs and MCJ Capital – an investment fund that backs ambitious founders scaling climate solutions.
The company also organizes monthly “MCJ First Mondays” socials in London for people passionate about climate tech and willing to connect with entrepreneurs, operators, investors, academics, explorers, students and more.