“Although my conviction in Copperleaf was strong early on, many thought I was crazy to throw my weight behind this company. At the time, Copperleaf had an incomplete product, dwindling cash, a recent leadership refresh and was trying to court investors on the heels of a global recession. But perhaps most intimidating was the market Copperleaf was taking on: utilities – traditionally one of the most risk-averse and slowest sectors when it comes to adopting new technology.” Maria Pacella writes about her early conviction in Copperleaf Technologies, “which completed an incredible $1B+ IPO, raising $161-million on the TSX last fall” and how, “when companies can nail down the essential ingredients early, truly great things can happen”
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