GREENDAQ Will Help Environmental Start-Ups Find Investment

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As I mentioned a few days ago in the article about Tesla Motors, it’s getting pretty hard for start-ups to find investments in this economy. Even if a research team comes up with one of the best environmental technologies we’ve yet to hear about, they still may never be able to give the product its proper exposure.GREENDAQ investment start-ups

As I mentioned a few days ago in the article about Tesla Motors, it’s getting pretty hard for start-ups to find investments in this economy. Even if a research team comes up with one of the best environmental technologies we’ve yet to hear about, they still may never be able to give the product its proper exposure. All that is about to change with yesterday’s introduction of the GREENDAQ. It’s the world’s first equities and commodities exchange for the environmental sector. This way, it will be much easier for people to invest in new businesses working around biofuels, solar, or even wind energy. Find out more about the GREENDAQ at its official site.
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