Aug 22, 2012

Next Forum: Venture Capitalist Rob Day

Sustainability Forum Presents
Venture Capitalist Rob Day of Black Coral Capital

What:         North Shore Technology Council’s Sustainability Forum on Wed., Sept. 5, takes a close look at cleantech investment with Venture Capitalist Rob Day of Black Coral Capital.

Focus:        What’s the climate for cleantech investment? Since 2004, Rob Day has been a cleantech private equity investor. He’s been at the center of Massachusetts cleantech market.  At our next Forum, Rob will offer his keen perspective on this important issue.  It’s an important stimulus to innovation.
Rob Day is a Partner with Boston’s Black Coral Capital, a fund investing in the alternative energy / cleantech space. Rob acts or has served as a Director, Observer and advisory board member to multiple companies in the energy tech and related sectors, currently including Digital Lumens, Next Step Living, and Powerit Solutions. He serves as the Chairman of the Cleantech Open – Northeast Region and was a co-founder of the Renewable Energy Business Network.
Since 2005 Rob has also authored the website Cleantech Investing, which currently appears on  
When:        Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Coffee begins at 8 a.m.; presentation at 8:30.
Where:       Cummings Center
                  Suite 221-E, Bldg. 100
                  Rte 62, Beverly, MA 01915

RSVP:        Forum meetings are free to members of the NSTC; $10 for non-members. All are encouraged to register here at

The Sustainability Forum is a special interest group within the North Shore Technology Council (NSTC).  Its active membership is dedicated to the understanding and promotion of clean-technology and sustainable practices within our region.  Monthly meetings offer lively discussions and special guests. Visit:

About the North Shore Technology Council
The North Shore Technology Council (NSTC) is an all-volunteer, non-profit technology trade association with a mission to build a community for collaboration and advancement of technology industries in northeastern Massachusetts.

For more information call NSTC at 978-335-5234.

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