Just wanted to share something I've been working on. I've been chatting with investors in carbon removal and found a gap in early-stage funding for startups. There's capital waiting to invest into companies but it's held back. I talk to a bunch of investors, VCs, and angels and they're all struggling to invest. They want a better understanding the carbon removal market works and how to analyze startups who come to them to pitch. Without that information, they're stuck on the sidelines.
Early-stage catalytic capital is key for getting new carbon removal solutions off the ground. So we need to help investors get involved.
That's where the AirMiners Investor Academy comes in. It's a free, three-part course designed to help investors get a grip on the carbon removal market and give them the tools they need to assess these companies like pros. We've already run a prototype with 30 investors and it was a hit.
Part 1 on "Carbon Removal Methodologies" starts March 30th.
It's go time! This is part of how we close the funding gap.
If you really want to dive in now, part 2 "Carbon Removal Markets1" is on February 24th. It assumes you have the background on methodologies from part 2 though. Register here.
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