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Backing innovations that address water/wastewater risks
in priority markets
WHO IS MAZARINE?
It sounds cliché, but it takes more than just a good product. The founders we back have the beginnings of a solid offering, but more importantly they can articulate a compelling vision of the future.
We believe in founders before the world knows about them
We invest in founders who are:
Impatient, and fearlessly advancing a creative hardware, software, or business model solution to help their customer manage water/wastewater-related risks;
Knowledgeable of customer needs and the competitive landscape of solutions;
Aware that their company's offerings ultimately support their customers' efforts to manage: Public Health & Safety risks, Environmental Protection risks, Cost of Water risks, and/or Business Disruption risks.
Impact investors with a platform to realize financial return
One family, four siblings
Incubating the next generation of innovations with our network of partners.
This fund consists of a portfolio of companies with innovations that help their customers address a wide range of inefficiencies and risks relating to water and/or wastewater. We are no longer investing out of this fund.
This fund represents a continuation of the Fund I thesis and strategy, investing in a wide-range of early-stage companies who are just starting to see commercial success in addressing water-related risks spanning many markets.
This is our Climate Adaptation Tech (C.A.T.) fund, in which Mazarine is backing early-stage companies with innovations that help smaller end-users adapt to water quality and quantity risks emerging as a result of our climate reality.
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2 Roundtables on Aquatic Ecosystems Testing & Monitoring
April 4 and April 25, 2023 - Webinar
Mazarine is hosting a 2-part roundtable series on trends and opportunities in the testing & monitoring of surface water assets, spanning: lakes, reservoirs, rivers, creeks, ponds, marshes, wetlands, and estuaries. The Part 1 (April 4th) discussion will address the evolving role of environmental testing labs, and the Part 2 (April 25th) discussion will address the evolving role of sensors and cloud computing.
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