Jane Capital has been a thought leader in cleantech almost since its beginning. In 2005 we launched CleantechBlog.com, which was named “50 Best Business Blog” by London Times less than two years after founding and was syndicated as CNET and News.com’s cleantech blog in 2007. Today, it is the largest cleantech dedicated blog with over 4,000 daily subscribers. In 2007 we launched Cleantech.org, one of the first technology commercialization portals for cleantech. On google search, our websites rank as among two of the five top sites for cleantech.
We have been routinely quoted on cleantech issues in a wide range of media including Red Herring, WSJ, FT, NY Times, Grist.org, Wall Street Reporter, Houston Chronicle, SF Chronicle, Cleantech.com, Greentech Media, Point Carbon, Business Journal, Climate Biz, Green Biz, San Jose Mercury News, AP, CNET, Time.com, Forbes.com, Fortune, Earth2Tech, Venture Beat, Sydney Morning Herald, Energy Daily, Sustainable Industries, EnergyTechStocks.com, Fast Company, et al. We have also authored over 200 articles including for industry thought leaders: Cleantech.com, Sustainable Industries, CNET/News.com, AltEnergyStocks.com. Our partners and executives have spoken on over 50 panels or speeches on cleantech including at: Cleantech Forum, Cleantech Forum Australia, Wall Street Green Trading Summit, Electric Power Conference, GreenVest 2007 (Chair), Carbon World Finance 2007 (Chair), SRI Energy Tech Investor Conference, DOE Opportunity Forum, Cleantech Open Awards (Master of Ceremonies), Clean Tech Showcase (Keynote).
We operate Cleantech.org, one of the largest dedicated web portals for cleantech. In addition, over 40,000 subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter and we run one of the largest Cleantech social networks on the web including with over 27,000 active members on LinkedIn, placing us in the top 0.1% of all LinkedIn groups. How do we do this? We deliver quality and we’ve been doing it longer than anyone else. So get networked!
Jane Lindner is more than an accomplished investment banker and deal maker with considerable experience in Asia. In highly pressured circumstances, she keeps the wheels synchronized and turning. She knows how to put the pieces and the people together. She is a natural manager, a magnet for talent, and a good person to work with.
Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson, III
Former U.S. Senator
Director of HuaMei Capital Co. & Chairman of SC&M Investment Management Corp.