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Cleantech Open 2013

Wednesday, Mar 27, 2013

Join us if you are a student, entrepreneur, savvy technologist, investor, company or just interested in learning more about how you can be a part of Cleantech Open Northeast 2013!

Date: March 27, 6-9 pm

Location: Proctor Goodwin, The New York Times Building, 520 Eighth Avenue

To learn more and submit your application: Cleantech Open Competition

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