InvestMidwest issues call to clean energy companies for 2012 forum in St. Louis

High-growth companies in the clean energy industry throughout the Midwest seeking venture capital to advance their ideas are now being invited to apply for the opportunity to present their business plans to an audience of the nation's top venture capitalists.

High-growth companies in the clean energy industry throughout the Midwest seeking venture capital to advance their ideas are now being invited to apply for the opportunity to present their business plans to an audience of the nation's top venture capitalists, corporate and private investors and investment bankers. InvestMidwest Venture Capital Forum has issued an open call to high-growth companies in the clean energy/sustainability industry to submit their applications. The early application deadline is set for Nov. 18, and Jan. 13 is the final application deadline to participate in the Midwest's premier venture capital event April 4 and 5 in St. Louis.


The 13th annual InvestMidwest Venture Capital Forum aims to attract applicants from throughout the Midwest. The event annually showcases approximately 45 high-growth companies and is broken down into three separate presentation tracks: clean energy/sustainability, life sciences and technology. The application form can be completed online at InvestMidwest's newly revamped website: www.investmidwestforum.com.

InvestMidwest 2011 attracted over 70 venture capital professionals who heard presentations by 43 growth-oriented companies from nine states with the potential to generate at least $20 million in annual revenue within the next five years.

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