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1 - 2 November 2021
BCEC, Brisbane

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BREAKING NEWS:  NCTCE has been listed on the Schedule of Approved Business Events for the Australian Government’s $50 million Business Events Grants program. Contact us for more information.

Australia’s ONLY multi-sector Cleantech event

First release tickets on sale now.

2021 - There is no better time for cleantech than right now

Now in its third year, NCTCE2021 will once again provide a nationally focused platform for the Cleantech industry to come together, this time in Brisbane at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. After a year of unprecedented disruption, the time for cleantech is now as communities, organisations and governments seek cleaner, more sustainable and more equitable forms of economic growth.

NCTCE2021 will provide a national platform for collaboration, learning and networking. Innovators, investors, producers and commercial end-users of clean technology across Australia will come together to do business.

CLEANTECH: FROM DISRUPTION TO TRANSITION

The theme for 2021 will be Cleantech: From disruption to transition, focussing on the crucial role Cleantech will play in the economic recovery and achievement of a net-zero future. This theme builds on a key outcome of NCTCE2020 (delivered virtually) which crystalized that we already have the technology to create long term positive impact: The transition to net-zero can only be achieved with effective and united communication that opens minds to create change.

In acknowledgement of the uncertain times we are in, NCTCE2021 will be delivered as a hybrid event, live and live-streamed, enabling our community to attend in person or virtually from anywhere in the world. 

Cleantech Sub Sectors

“Cleantech focuses on companies whose output positively enhances the communities and ecologies in which they reside. It is about doing ‘more good’ rather than ‘less bad’.”

Source:  Deloitte Australia CleanTech (DACT) Index July 2020

NCTCE2021 approved for Business Events Grants

NCTCE has been accepted as an approved event under the Australian Government’s Business Events Grant program.

This means our sponsors and exhibitors are able to apply to Austrade for a one-off grant to cover up to 50% of your event-related expenses in participating in NCTCE2021.

The grants provide the perfect financial support for companies to participate in the exhibition and showcase their products or services at Australia's only multi-sector Cleantech event. 

Applications are now open and close 30 March 2021, unless all funds are allocated prior. The total amount under the program is $50 million, so exhibitors and sponsors are encouraged to apply ASAP.

Exhibition Sales Open

If you have a product or a service that is ready to be showcased to a national audience of decision-makers looking to fast-track their sustainable developments then we want to hear from you! 

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This is a targeted business opportunity for national Cleantech businesses to showcase their products and services to future markets, other business operators and investors.

"Terrific conference and highly recommended for everyone to attend."

"The right people in the room for lead generation and further discussion."

"Made good quality connections, loved the conference and networking opportunities."

"Quality of delegates, and speakers."

"The focus on 'solutions' rather than 'problems' was excellent."

"Connected with a diverse range of innovators."

"The NCTCE conference covered a broad range of topics, especially information regarding new technologies."

IN-PERSON + VIRTUAL = THE SHOW WILL GO ON

We are planning for the event to proceed at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre 1-2 November 2021.  This event will be run according to the BCEC COVID Safe Plan, approved by the Queensland Government.   

2021 EXHIBITORS INCLUDE:

EVENT SPONSORS

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BREAKTHROUGH SPONSORS

CREATIVE PARTNERS

MEDIA PARTNERS

INDUSTRY SUPPORTERS

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