Reginald Parker, CEO of 510Nano, which has placed a solar farm atop several public buildings here, is among the manufacturing innovators presenting investment opportunities that make communities more sustainable and healthy during Red, Black and Green April 23, 2014 at 9 a.m. at the Black Coalition on AIDS, 601 Cesar Chavez in San Francisco.
Dr. John Commissiong, Chief Scientific Officer of Amarantus BioSciences, located just blocks away from BCOA in the Dogpatch neighborhood of fast-growing biotechnology related companies near the UC-SF Mission Bay campus; and Michael Hurst, CEO of ChloroFill, manufacturing sorghum-based building panels from a new factory in Missouri; are among selectees to the 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology presenting products on the morning after Earth Day.
Venturata, an investment house that develops disruptive technologies that create new paradigms, revitalize communities, lift nations out of poverty and make the planet and all of its inhabitants healthier, hosts the matchmaking session for potential customers and investments in African-American manufacturing companies. Managing Director John William Templeton is author of the annual Silicon Ceiling and State of Black Business reports.
To present during the pitch sessions or to attend as a potential investor or customer, call Venturata at 415-272-7209