Clean 15 One-on-One Meeting Launched by Canadian Business Journal in Association with Yet2.com

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The Clean 15 announced that it will collaborate with Canadian Business Journal and its strategic partners Yet2.com, Fogler, Rubinoff LLP and OCETA to launch the Clean 15 One-on-One Meeting.

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“The unique information we obtain through our global marketplace about the demands of the most sophisticated, established companies, provides us a way to identify hundreds of promising deals and investment opportunities" - Ben duPont

The Clean 15 One-on-One Meeting is an exclusive, deal-intensive event that will be held on the 9th &10th of November, 2010 in Toronto, Canada. As the name implies, this event involves individual meetings that take place between technology companies and key decision makers representing the demand side of Global 1000 companies, countries, regions and mid-sized companies. Participants will take part in up to 12 focused, strategic and customized meetings. All technologies and key demand-side representatives will be strategically matched to maximize deals and successful outcomes. Cleantech companies will also be given direct access to top targeted Global 500 executives at Yet2.com’s exclusive Fortune 500 “vote in” Conferences to Go webinars.

“From the event location at the business focused downtown offices of Fogler, Rubinoff LLP, to its model of strategically matching participants in advance, it is designed to uniquely increase value for all those that attend” says Dwayne Matthews, Managing Director of the Clean 15. “Participants will have private, semi private offices and conference rooms to discuss adopting, partnering and licensing new technologies, driving deals and making meaningful connections to international markets and Global 1000 partners. We are very pleased to be working with Canadian Business Journal, Fogler, Rubinoff LLP, OCETA and to have the event powered byYet2.com”.

Ben duPont, president and yet2.com co-founder, said, “The unique information we obtain through our global marketplace about the demands of the most sophisticated, established companies, provides us a way to identify hundreds of promising deals and investment opportunities. In some cases, we even help to create these opportunities. This is a great value to clean technology companies and we are pleased to be a part of the Clean 15”.

“The event already has strong interest from Venture Capital firms, representatives from GCC countries, arms length government organizations and trade commissions as well as Global 1000 companies” says Craig Weissenfels, Clean15 Marketing Director. “They have very strong incentives to engage clean technology companies which can accelerate their sustainability efforts and increase competitive advantage”.

Companies interested in registering should email info@clean15.com or visit http://www.clean15.com
About Clean 15
Clean 15 is the market facing brand of Drayton Weissenfels Inc. A company that connects innovation, ideas and intellectual property to industry by leveraging open innovation, a process that enables companies to have wider distribution of research and development initiatives by accessing global expertise through, joint ventures licensing, purchasing intellectual properties and processes. The exclusive Canadian partner of Yet2.com, one of the largest technology transfer marketplaces in the world, Drayton Weissenfels Inc. helps companies generate revenue streams from underutilized intellectual property. Drayton Weissenfels Inc. is based in Toronto, Canada.

About Canadian Business Journal
The Canadian Business Journal (CBJ) is sent digitally each month to 30,000 individual senior executives in Canada. The CBJ – written by Canadians, for Canadians – is essential reading for Canada’s top business leaders who want to stay informed of current business news, industry topics and trends. The magazine offers readers a glimpse into major Canadian industries including construction, energy, food and drink, healthcare, manufacturing and more, through comprehensive profiles of successful Canadian enterprises.

About Yet2.com
Yet2.com provides intellectual property consulting and licensing services to world-class clients around the globe. Yet2.com Inc and its online marketplace were founded in 1999 to promote technology licensing and transfer, with original investments from Siemens, Bayer, Honeywell, DuPont, Procter & Gamble, Caterpillar, and NTT Leasing. The privately held company has offices in the United States, Europe, and Japan. The web site now has over 140,000 registered marketplace users including many of the Fortune 500 and over 11,000 SMEs

About Folger, Rubinoff LLC
Fogler, Rubinoff LLC is a full service law firm in Toronto, Canada providing legal services and advice to both established and emerging businesses and to individuals. The Fogler, Rubinoff LLC team is comprised of 94 lawyers and 120 legal, administrative and technical employees providing support to its clients through a wide range of practice areas, including intellectual property, corporate/commercial, energy, environmental, finance and securities.

About OCETA
OCETA is a private, not-for-profit Corporation that supports the commercialization and market adoption of clean technologies and environmentally sustainable solutions. Through its ETV Canada operating division and delivery of the Canadian Environmental Technology Verification Program, OCETA provides independent performance benchmarking and verification of clean technologies to enable more informed investment, procurement and policy decisions. Since its formation in 1993, OCETA has advised and assisted some 1,500 Canadian entrepreneurs with commercializing their innovations.

For more information or to coordinate an interview, please contact:
Dwayne Matthews | Managing Director of the Clean 15 | dwayne(at)clean15(dot)com | (647) 401.3020

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