Leadership in clean-tech: What does it take to build a successful business?

What does it take to build a successful clean-tech business?

Are the new age leaders in clean-tech different from the conventional business leaders?

What do the investors look for when they evaluate a clean-tech start-up?

All this and more is discussed in this episode where I interview David Hunt, CEO of Hyperion Executive Search and the host of ‘Leaders in clean-tech’ podcast.

Top 3 takeaways from the conversation

  1. The universal requirement for a successful business is a good business model, good technology and a good founding team.
  2. There is no single path to become a clean-tech entrepreneur and a business leader but the challenges in raising capital and building a team is universal.
  3. Successful founders and CEOs tend to be visionaries with a clear idea and the ability to communicate it to a wider audience.

To find out more about David –  https://leadersincleantech.com/ | https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-hunt-cleantech/

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About David

David Hunt is a prominent figure and thought leader in the clean technology sector. Hailed as a leading green entrepreneur by the Financial Times, David also presents at industry events such as EcoSummit, Energy Storage Europe, Solar & Storage Live and Fully Charged Live. He also hosts the ‘Leaders in Cleantech’ Podcast. He was also chosen as one of 25 LinkedIn Top Voices 2018, where he has over 150,000 followers. David is a frequent contributor to trade publications such as Energy Storage News, Solar Power Portal, PV Tech, Clean Energy News and Smart Cities World. His industry insights have been quoted in UK broadsheet newspapers such as The Guardian, The Independent, The Telegraph and the Sunday Times. Being well versed in business and economics, he has also lent his voice to the likes of BBC Radio Four and ITV’s 6 o’clock news.

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