“With nearly a decade of investment experience and $450 million invested, Barron Partners is not only committed to the Cleantech sector but we are confident of its increasing importance and growth” Mr. Worden said.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 06, 2011
Barron Partners LP, an international, private, cleantech investment fund, announced today that founder and CEO Andrew Worden will participate on a panel of distinguished investment professionals discussing trends and key developments in private equity funding for Cleantech companies.
The panel session occurs Monday, June 6, at the Clean and Green Investment Forum, which is being held at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco.
“One of the more interesting questions in Cleantech private equity today involves the basis on which funds evaluate Cleantech companies, particularly with respect to which technologies will perform best given the current market environment,” Mr. Worden said. “I look forward to discussing with my peers the various outlooks on how market dynamics and incentives may affect today’s evaluation models.
“With nearly a decade of investment experience and $450 million invested, Barron Partners is not only committed to the Cleantech sector but we are confident of its increasing importance and growth.”
The Clean and Green Investment Forum is an annual event produced by Opal Financial Group of New York.
About Barron Partners
Barron Partners LP is an international, private, cleantech investment fund with investment professionals on three continents. The firm’s investments have provided cleantech companies across the globe with the necessary capital to make their businesses thrive. Additionally Barron has provided its investment companies with marketing and branding expertise, introduction to follow on capital, advice on capital markets, and the ability to go public and to scale substantially. Since its founding in 2002, Barron Partners has made over $450 million in investments across several industries. The firm’s portfolio is balanced between the U.S. and China. Its cleantech investments with companies are focused on alternative energy systems, as well as in other industries such as recycling and energy efficiency. For more information, go to http://barronpartners.com.
Adam Friedman Associates