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CEO of Deal Architect, a top advisory boutique recognized in The Black Book of Outsourcing, author of a widely praised book on technology enabled innovation, The New Polymath, prolific blogger, writing about technology-enabled innovation at New Florence, New Renaissance and about waste in technology at Deal Architect.  Previously Analyst  at Gartner, Partner with PwC Consulting. Keynoted at many business and technology conferences and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, The Financial Times, CIO Magazine, and other executive and technology publications.

One response to “The Kleiner Perkins cleantech portfolio”

  1. lucille boothe

    V.M.; I’m an investor and board member of a company launching a consumer kitchen appliance called the Marinade Express. We have three patents on a unique process that removes additives, pollutants and contaminants (i.e. heavy metals) from meats & vegetables
    prior to cooking. The process also eliminates 99.9% of potential airborne bacteria. In addition
    to these attributes & benefits, the appliance accelerates the “marinade” process in meats & vegetables in minutes, not hours & days. We recently received a grant from the University of
    Wisconsin (WiSyS) to remove mercury from seafood, and have reached 70% reduction levels. Would this appliance fit “clean tech” umbrella? Would Angel investors, or VC firms
    be interested in this appliance? I’ve included website address, and would appreciate any thoughts, or reactions you might have. I realize this is likely pretty small potatoes compared to other big hairy ideas you see on a daily basis in your world. Respectfully,