On June 18, 2024, Cycle Momentum hosted a crucial Climate Tech Innovation Event aimed at bringing together emerging start-ups and industry leaders. This strategic meeting highlighted the urgency and potential of sustainable technologies in today’s business world.

Panel Insights: Unlocking Sustainable Growth through Innovation and Collaboration

The event featured a panel discussion titled “Unlocking Sustainable Growth through Innovation and Collaboration.” Moderated by Christine Forget, Senior Vice-President of Strategy & Partnerships, the panel included insights from Sven Harmsen, Director External Ventures of Saint Gobain, Nicolas Morency, Founder & CEO of Prevu3D, and Clément Villemont, V-P, Knowledge Environment and Innovation Ecosystem Developement of Vallée de la Transition Énergétique. These experts discussed innovative approaches to sustainable growth, sparking engaging dialogue.

The experts discussed technological innovation and intersectoral collaboration as drivers of sustainable growth. Sven Harmsen addressed the integration of green technologies in the industry, Nicolas Morency highlighted the benefits of 3D modeling to reduce carbon footprint, and Clément Villemont talked about partnerships accelerating the energy transition.

Showcasing Innovative Start-Ups: Fostering Connections and Access to Emerging Technologies

Start-ups from Cycle Momentum’s decarbonizing industries program and Supercohort showcased their groundbreaking solutions to representatives from major corporations, fostering valuable connections and discussions.

Connections are made after two hours of interesting exchanges

Acknowledging Industry Leaders

The event aimed to facilitate networking and advance Cycle Momentum’s mission: connecting large enterprises with promising start-ups and driving discussions on climate technologies.

Cycle Momentum extends heartfelt thanks to the industry representatives from Via Rail, Cascades, Vallée de la Transition Énergétique, Saint-Gobain, Hydro-Québec, Recyc-Québec, Veolia, Port of Montréal, Port of Québec, Northvolt, Agnico Eagle, Soucy, Rio Tinto, Waga Energy, Air Canada, and Alimentation Couche-Tard who attended. Their participation underscored their commitment to advancing sustainable practices and fostering innovation in climate technologies.

Participants actively engaged throughout the session, sharing technology adoption experiences and reflecting a shared commitment to sustainability. The event’s success in fostering collaboration and innovation was evident through lively discussions and networking opportunities.

For more information on how Cycle Momentum supports corporate and industrial leaders in sustainability, visit our Partner Services page.

Cycle Momentum’s Climate Tech Innovation Event marks a significant step toward accelerating sustainable growth and fostering collaboration in climate technologies.