Accelerating the global impact of Australian climate tech innovationapplications now open
Climate Salad's Paris International Trade Mission includes a week of in-country networking, introductions and information sessions for high-potential Australian climate tech ventures interested in expanding to the UK and Europe. The program gives you tailored customer introductions and mentorship, and the opportunity to demonstrate and participate in the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit
The Paris International Trade Mission is designed to assist founders who are ready to take their climate tech company to the EU or UK within the next 12 months. Find out more about our eligibility criteria below.
With the support of the Climate Salad team, experienced mentors, and industry experts, you'll have the resources and guidance you need to navigate this new market.
Hardware companies and founders of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Our team and mentors understand the unique challenges that come with scaling a climate tech business internationally, and we're here to help.
We have designed trade missions that favour pre-market support centred around high-value mentorship, and a well-developed in-country program of events and opportunities. This allows us to help you gain maximum value from an international mission.
We're 100% focussed on climate solutions and know that climate technology is different from normal tech. It is often deep tech, may be hardware, and can be complicated. It can require consumer behaviour change and new measurement protocols. It also needs to get to scale fast in order to avert the climate crisis. It needs a new approach.
*It's important to know that 'climate tech' is still being defined, as the technologies and industry is still evolving. However, Climate Salad defines climate tech as a scalable tech-enabled product (software or hardware) that helps solve climate or environmental problems. Companies interesting in attending trade missions may tackle any sector of climate tech, including decarbonisation, natural capital, carbon removal, adaptation or mitigation.
Participating companies must be able to cover all travel and accomodation costs.
Queensland Government and Climate Salad are partnering to take up to 10 Queensland climate tech companies to Paris on this trade mission as part of the Building Queensland's Climate Tech Industry project. For more information and eligibility requirements see here
If you are not sure whether an International Trade Mission is the right fit for you, or would like to find out more about the program, we'd be happy to chat to you:
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Founders are passionate subject matter experts about their specific climate solution, but may need guidance on how to scale their business and grow globally. This is where mentors shine. Meet below Climate Salad's mentor community.
We see a world where Australian climate tech startups create an outsized global impact.
By 2030, we will help 1,000 climate tech companies with 10 reaching global scale.