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Crowd Valley and GCCA to further Fintech and Cleantech

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Zurich, Switzerland and San Francisco, CA. We are pleased to announce that the Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA) and Crowd Valley Inc. have started working together to bring digital finance applications to GCCA's 50 cluster partners from across the world. Crowd Valley is the creator of the world's first digital back office to power online investing and lending marketplaces.

The strategic partnership offers tremendous opportunity for leveraging new fintech models to empower the cleantech sector and stakeholder groups. By leveraging the digital back...

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GCCA at GLOBE 2016 in Vancouver

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Zurich, Switzerland. The GLOBE is since 25 years one of the world's leading Cleantech conferences and exhibitions, taking place bi-annually in Vancouver, BC/Canada. The Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA) in conjunction with its local GCCA cluster partner GreenTech Exchange in Vancouver is organizing customized match making meetings for GCCA-related entrepreneurs and investors. GCCA supports the country Pavilions of GCCA clusters from Taiwan, Switzerland, Finland, and Belgium, and the PowerHaus Pavilion with 26 startup companies from Canada.


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Switzerland launches first phase of Multi-Asset Renewal Fund (MARF) program

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Zurich, Switzerland. The world's first Multi-Asset Renewal Fund (MARF) program is being developed in Finland since December 2013, in close collaboration with the KeyStone Compact Group (KCG) and the Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA). The progress and success of the Finnish MARF program now allow to leverage the MARF learnings also in countries outside Finland.


Supported by the Federal Department of Energy, Switzerland launched the first phase of a Multi-Asset Renewal Fund (MARF) program in January 2016. The program focuses on the potential analysis...

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