Real Estate Technology Lunch

Seminar | June.01.2018 | 12:15pm - 2:00pm (Hong Kong Time)

Orrick Hong Kong
OurCrowd

Orrick's Hong Kong partner Scott Peterman is delighted to invite you to our exclusive lunch seminar co-hosted with OurCrowd to meet Dr. Udi Meirav, enVerid CEO & Founder. Engage in an intimate discussion about the company's breakthrough in material science to develop their revolutionary air treatment and energy saving system.

Featuring:

  • Dr. Udi Meirav, enVerid, Founder & CEO
  • Ron Stern, OurCrowd, Head of Portfolio Management
  • Denes Ban, OurCrowd, Managing Partner Asia

OurCrowd is a leading hybrid venture capital fund that invests in Israeli and global startups. Managed by a team of seasoned investment professionals and led by serial entrepreneur Jon Medved, OurCrowd vets and selects opportunities, invests its own capital, and brings companies to its accredited membership of global investors. OurCrowd provides post-investment support to its portfolio companies, assigning industry experts as mentors and creates growth opportunities through its network of strategic multinational partnerships. OurCrowd has raised over $750M in 150+ portfolio companies and had 21 exits in less than 4 years. On the highly respected Fast Company 2018 list, four of the ten Israeli companies were OurCrowd companies, including OurCrowd as one of the world's most innovative companies.

enVerid has developed an energy-saving solution using a patented air treatment and recycling system for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems in commercial buildings. In order to keep CO2 levels low, commercial buildings need to replenish the air in the building several times per day. enVerid's solution takes technology originally used to maintain air quality in submarines and space stations and extends its application to commercial buildings. By cleaning and reusing existing air in the building, enVerid's differentiated solution significantly reduces the amount of air that needs to be cooled or heated, which in turn allows the building owner to reduce the HVAC capacity needed for the building. This enables businesses to reduce capital expenditure by an estimated 10 percent (on new system installations), save 20 to 40 percent annually on energy costs and obtain 20 percent of LEED points needed to qualify a building as LEED GOLD, all while increasing the quality of the air inside the building.

To register, please provide your name, company, title and email address at the below link by 29 May 2018. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Walk-ins will not be accepted on the day of the seminar.

For questions about the seminar, please contact Joyce Chan at +852 2218 9221 or [email protected].

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