We did not build our cities with sustainability in mind. Can technology transform them into smart tech cities for tomorrow?
This panel discussion will highlight the role climate technologies have in transforming our cities. What will power and connect us in the future? What is really going to work and what needs to be debunked so we focus on the vision and future while we transform Australia into a sustainable technology driven economy.
After a 15-year career in building startup and impact ecosystems, leading a VC fund and influencing multi-sectoral collaborations, Grace Sai, Co-Founder and CEO of Unravel Carbon is determined to bring all that together to solve climate change.
In a panel discussion led by Michael Bromley, Grace and climate tech entrepreneurs will have us envision the smart tech cities of tomorrow.
Grace Sai – Co-Founder and CEO, Unravel Carbon
Michael Bromley – CEO, Stone & Chalk Group
Ross Sharman – Executive Chair, Accurassi
Cecille Weldon – Founder & Key Consultant , Weldonco
Wayne Herbert – Founder & CEO, AI Assets
About Grace Sai
Grace is the Co-Founder and CEO of Unravel Carbon, an enterprise software that helps companies track and reduce their carbon emissions, backed by Sequoia and Y Combinator. Grace was a VC who invested in early staged tech startups, a Kauffman Fellow and is widely regarded as a node of the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Asia. She has been nominated as Gen T by Singapore Tatler (2018), Great Women of our Times by Women's Weekly (2017) and is a UN Women Entrepreneurship Day Ambassador. She holds two Masters degrees with Distinction from Oxford and INSEAD.
About Stone & Chalk
From supporting the world’s largest enterprises’ efforts to power their operations with clean energy, to utilising AI models when calculating the risk of future natural catastrophes on cities, Stone & Chalk Group founders are pushing the boundaries of everyday practices in the quest for a more sustainable future. Climate technology innovation and advancement are integral to reducing climate change and rising emissions. Stone & Chalk Group is committed to fostering local climate technology startups and scaleups pursuing purpose-driven growth for impact, not only locally but abroad.
This event is supported by the Proptech Association of Australia. The Proptech Association of Australia is a not-for-profit trade association that is a champion of the real estate technology industry, and a leader in driving the proptech conversation and connecting proptechs to industry.
The Visiting Entrepreneur Program is produced by the City of Sydney with partner organisations from the local startup ecosystem. The 2022 edition is kindly supported by Tech Central and the Greater Cities Commission.
Please follow COVID-safe practices when attending our event and stay home if you are feeling unwell.