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a a dog um of that that was the project that he he uh the blue bag you know a a
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one either what's your emails yes that shows me oh well we will see
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a uh actually still said actually the uh pause ball et cetera
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may present bottle uh on that ga off at a um
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all that easy last s. your workshop the female small
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cool um the stuff that it only plays yeah uh that
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you had not door they a dollar cortex the
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the guy who uh with the more time i don't generally see no speak at a a
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piano fellow glare a. p. shackle that back veggie a um calc um they such clean
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the the notes as you don't put me all um sammy brain
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had of a asset management will cut them at the cease
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don't give up without a real remote female c. a. p. uh the sorry
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c. or gullible built here uh at at the project you out
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thank you
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well the with words to my purse and i'm heading
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the management a department that banks with that and
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which is not a usual bank and for all you
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that are not familiar with us um we only doing sustainable
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business and if it's not sustainable we don't with
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and the kind of uh the history is that we work and founding the
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bank i wasn't there but the people who are they're deaf on
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the bank and as a protest to the mute the power plant in
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alton so also uh and at a department visit and locate involved
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so what we discussed and i was a blanket and a regular bank in the past and
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i uh had to manage the the uh billions of russian be generous um it's
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different business now i feel much more uh a comfortable now with the business
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and and i think that's also what we agreed uh in this session um that we discussed
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um we see as opportunity for our kind
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of business that we have um our
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um business in our own hands you don't have when i talk to you people uh
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you'll have a billionaire here uh steering all the money in the in the village
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and you want to that's what i'm feeling a make your
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own a destiny and you make your own decisions
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and for that you need to um to manage and make a decision wisely in sustainable way
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so this is what we took out a as an opportunity thing to create you own environment
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and to be able also to the work with the on on the uh in
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a sustainable way so i felt very the good here thing for heavy petting
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thank you how so one second i
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would like to invite that cost
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the seller nice and from today and i distinguish invest all representing
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as the investor voice and i'm also sharing some of these take away from the workshop
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great to be here thank you again for the invitation uh the fall
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clothes that we have is um investments in companies and funds
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therefore feeling very strict environmental and social criteria in one word impact investing v.
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the workshop that we did uh we focused on the challengers which it is
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um that this is an ability footprint that this kind of start ups early then choose can have
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um so we did a very nice brainstorming session all the
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channels aside which is one represents right now what
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we hear constantly from interpreters is financing how we can
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finance or business working we find the money
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uh how we should convince investors to put the money intervention i feel
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that financing is definitely channels and it becomes more of a challenge
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you to the law in that's been reading as as most of these ventures have
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one of the opportunities and i'm gonna connect it was that we discussed today was that nowadays
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there is so much money available for really investments for venture capital for private equity
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the most that we have seen ever since the second world war
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so the question is there enough financing is answered already
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the question why these ventures cannot access this money
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has to do with investment readiness so from all the challenges that we have discussed
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i feel that this is the biggest one for early ventures for young companies
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how can they get their company to be interesting for
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investors but most importantly investment reading this equals
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the capacity of the company to face the challenges ahead not
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only to convince investors so this is in in
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an area where young entrepreneurs should they should invest time
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should pay attention should call find the right people
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to integrate them in the ventures help someone marketing fundraising streamlining the business model
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and and eventually getting the expertise that is necessary to be best already and
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market really i would say and therefore successful so that's a take out from the challenges
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on the ventures are we discussed in the workshop and and i have to add here it's it's it's it's it's a pleasure to be here again
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a wonderful conference a straight to the point very different from
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all the rest that were attending so congratulations once again
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thank you cause this
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so so now we can continue without hearing the voice of sent to
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panda and so i would like to invite um mark newman casio
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and co founder of smart small houses so basically and i started back
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a sustainable startup any we share a little bit on the
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kind of challenges formant up another point of view and some of the key take away that you got that from the workshop
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my name is mark little moan from smart small house and i've done
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i've been in business and as an entrepreneur for fifteen years
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but for the first time i changed the business from service based to really
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bring products like ready made houses to the market for which we need investors
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and that's a challenge was for us in the beginning we we didn't expect
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that to face me notice that money is readily available on the market
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but maybe the biggest challenge was to find the right investor so um i mean we talk
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to many people they wanted to invest into us and forest sustainability is absolutely crucial
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so for us to build a house or to compromise on that sustainability was no question
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so what we did we talk to the first people and they said well we can do that now
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but over the time we reduce the b. b. cut down um maybe cost here and cost here
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on the cost of sustainability we said no so what is our
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katie take away is that the the philosophy has to match
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the chemistry has to match with the potential investor and so in
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this way be made to step back he said okay
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the first three conversations we had ever not leading to the results
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so but be date now we step back and uh the the help
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of cost is the r. and the at the moment in the
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polishing phase we are being polished to be invested ready with which
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we can appeal to more investors after which we can chose
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from the right person that we have the right support with the
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same philosophy as we have so that was our challenge maybe
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and at the same time we see it really has a potential now to be um
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in a few weeks more ready than we have ever been in regards to investment ready thank you
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thank you very much
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Conference Program

Mots de bienvenue
Sylvain Rodriguez, Directeur de l'environnement au sein de la Direction générale de l'environnement du Canton de Vaud
24 Aug. 2018 · 9:38 a.m.
Mots de bienvenue
Philippe Grobéty, Syndic d’Ormont-Dessus
24 Aug. 2018 · 9:47 a.m.
Introduction : «Accompagner le changement climatique : gérer les risques, saisir les opportunités»
Michael Liebreich, Fondateur et président de l’advisory board - ecovillages
24 Aug. 2018 · 9:51 a.m.
Introduction : «Accompagner le changement climatique : gérer les risques, saisir les opportunités»
Thierry Meyer, Président de l’Association ecovillages
24 Aug. 2018 · 9:56 a.m.
Inspiration
Céline Girard, Responsable du Plan climat de l’Etat de Fribourg
24 Aug. 2018 · 10 a.m.
Nature, opportunités et risques
Panel
24 Aug. 2018 · 10:35 a.m.
DeFROST – WeGAW, Etude de cas et présentation des données pour le glacier des Diablerets
Lucille Verbaere, Business Development et Product Manager
24 Aug. 2018 · 11:35 a.m.
Climat et évolution du tourisme (1ère partie)
Panel
24 Aug. 2018 · 12:04 p.m.
Climat et évolution du tourisme (2ème partie)
Panel
24 Aug. 2018 · 12:28 p.m.
Culture et nature, un dialogue d’avenir
Panel
24 Aug. 2018 · 2:19 p.m.
Retour sur l'atelier World café : Créer des eco-villages et des communautés durables avec des actions climatiques - table 5
Stéphane Genoud, Professor of Entrepreneurship HES SO ofr European Network of Living Labs (ENOLL)
24 Aug. 2018 · 3:52 p.m.
Retour sur l'atelier World café : Créer des eco-villages et des communautés durables avec des actions climatiques - table 3
Bryony Jansen, Experte en conception de produits et en durabilité commerciale
24 Aug. 2018 · 3:54 p.m.
Retour sur l'atelier World café : Créer des eco-villages et des communautés durables avec des actions climatiques - table 1
Eric Liechti, Municipal en charge du tourisme à Ormont-Dessus
24 Aug. 2018 · 3:56 p.m.
Retour sur l'atelier World café : Créer des eco-villages et des communautés durables avec des actions climatiques - table 4
Elaine France, Experte en éducation - Fondatrice de Flow In Action et ‘Learn to Move Mountains’
24 Aug. 2018 · 4 p.m.
Retour sur l'atelier World café : Créer des eco-villages et des communautés durables avec des actions climatiques - table 2
Francois Vuille, Executive Director of Energy Centre EPFL – Expert en énergie durable
24 Aug. 2018 · 4:02 p.m.
Présentation du projet AdaPT Mont-Blanc
Ismaël Grosjean, Eric Nanchen
24 Aug. 2018 · 4:17 p.m.
CE2 – circular economy entrepreneurs
Dominik Isler, CEO Swiss Economic Forum
24 Aug. 2018 · 4:33 p.m.
Inspiration: Comptez fleurettes!
Carmen Cianfrani, Biologiste et chercheuse à l’UNIL au sein de la Faculté des géosciences et de l’environnement
24 Aug. 2018 · 4:57 p.m.
Questions - réponses avec le public
24 Aug. 2018 · 5:15 p.m.
Conclusion et choix du thème 2019
24 Aug. 2018 · 5:29 p.m.