March 31, 1998
Contact: Loch McCabe, Keith Raab
For immediate release
Environmental Capital Network
(313) 996-8387; (313) 996-8732 fax; email@example.com
CAPITAL FORUM TO SHOWCASE PROMISING ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES FOR INVESTORS
On June 3, 1998, the EAST COAST ENVIRONMENTAL CAPITAL FORUM will be held in New York City. The East Coast Environmental Capital Forum will capitalize on growing investor interest in industrial process, energy and other environmental technologies. The East Coast Environmental Capital Forum will introduce investors to selected companies commercializing technologies, products or services that enhance both productivity and environmental quality.
“Our Forums are a terrific opportunity for investors to meet selected companies and to network with other investors focused on the environmental and energy industries,” says Loch McCabe, Director of the Environmental Capital Network (ECN). Nearly sixty (60) individual, professional, institutional, and corporate investors or their representatives attended the Environmental Capital Network’s West Coast Environmental Capital Forum, held in San Francisco on January 30, 1998.
The companies that will present at the East Coast Environmental Capital Forum will be determined by a Business Selection Committee composed of investors familiar with the environmental and energy industries. The Committee includes: Ethan Stambler (Advent International Corporation), Nancy Floyd (Nth Power Technologies), Jud Hill (HSBC Securities), Stephen Lynch (R.S. Lynch & Company), William Osborne (Venture Investment Management Company), Ann Partlow (Rockefeller & Company), Robert Shaw (Arete Corporation), and John Quirk (Quirk Carson Peppet).
“Investors and companies want to use their time well, ” reports Ira Rubenstein, Executive Director of the Environmental Business Association of New York State, Inc. “Investors want top quality deals. Companies want exposure to investors who understand their business. This environmental capital forum creates value for both investors and companies.”
Interested individual, professional, institutional and corporate investors should contact the Environmental Capital Network at 313-997-8387 or firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information. Space is limited and advanced registration is strongly suggested.
The Environmental Capital Network (Ann Arbor, MI) and the Environmental Business Association of New York State, Inc. (Troy, NY) are organizing the Forum. The Environmental Capital Network (ECN) is a service that introduces investors to emerging and expanding environmental technology companies raising capital. ECN is a program of the Center for Environmental Policy, Economics and Science, a not-for-profit corporation. The Environmental Business Association of New York State, Inc. is a trade association that provides networking and educational resources to the environmental industry.