The Artemis Project Top 50 Water Tech Listing identifies the most promising advanced water tech ventures. It provides a unique opportunity to water technology solutions companies.Each year, The Artemis Project brings together a panel of industry experts to examine the most important innovations in water technology, their benefits in application and the team behind them. There is no fee for companies to participate. It is open to all companies that have completed development of a water resources management product and that generate less than US $25M in annual revenues. Watch our site for upcoming reviews.
Spotlighting the early leaders in 21st century water
Artemis is the Greek goddess of the hunt, who boldly steps forward with unerring aim. The Artemis Top 50 process identifies the water tech companies that are driving wide-scale application of innovative advanced solutions.
Since 2008, we have developed a review process that gets to the essence of a company’s value and its potential going forward.
We evaluate start-ups based on 14 metrics that assess the large-scale viability of the solution, its value in application and the business viability of the start-up company itself. For more detail on these metrics, see the Artemis Top 50 Questionnaire.
For each Review, Artemis convenes an esteemed group of jurists. We are privileged to work with experts from corporations such as Intel, Archer Daniels Midland, IBM, General Electric and Syngenta, water companies such as Ecolab, American Water, and Veolia, as well as McKinsey, CH2M Hill, Carollo Engineers and Singapore’s Public Utilities Board.
Artemis drives the success of the Water Tech Top 50 through forums that bring together an elite group of investors, water company executives and water users from around the world. We have partnered with the Cleantech Group for its Water Innovation Summit, with the Ontario to convene the Ontario Water Leadership Summit and with O2 Environmental to launch the first BlueTech Innovation Forum.
The Artemis Top 50 is grateful to
• our network of recommenders who brought us a diverse new group of start-ups
• the companies who participated
• the jury for an intensive debate that generated insight on the future of water tech
During the first half of 2013, Artemis has been proud to watch many of the 2012 Top 50 surge forward.
We have achieved our original mission. The Artemis Top 50 has shown that there is a vibrant population of start-ups poised to lead a new age in water. Over the past five years, a diverse group of industry leaders has built the Artemis Top 50 Review into a rigorous evaluation process. It drove purchases, partnerships and funding. Artemis Top 50 companies have raised over $300M.
Building revenues and market share is the challenge today. Artemis aims to use the platform it has built to help water tech companies address this challenge. Read more on our blog.
Artemis invites young companies recommended an international network of hundreds of industry experts.