Global Entrepreneurship Summit

Fluence Analytics to Participate in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit

Fluence Analytics, a New Orleans based startup that delivers realtime analytics solutions to polymer manufacturers, was invited to participate in the 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). The Summit will take place in the Hague, Netherlands on June 4-5. Alex Reed, Co-founder and CEO of Fluence Analytics, will represent the Company during GES. Fluence Analytics was hand-picked to engage with leading policy makers, corporate executives, and more than 300 investors managing trillions of dollars in assets.

The Global Entrepreneurship Summit is hosted by the United States and the Netherlands. GES was established by the U.S. Government in 2010. Now in its ninth year, the summit embodies commitments made by the United States and the Netherlands to actively invest in entrepreneurship and innovation. The summit will focus on five investment areas. These include Agriculture/Food, Connectivity, Energy, Health, and Water. GES pic

Fluence Analytics, a Tulane University spin-out, was nominated by Rob Lalka, the Executive Director of the Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Tulane. Rob was a founding member of the 2010 Summit (then called the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship). “Fluence Analytics proudly represents the Tulane technology commercialization community and is on the forefront of driving industrial innovation in Louisiana,” says Mr. Lalka.

During GES Alex Reed will showcase Fluence Analytics and the value derived by polymer manufacturers from ACOMP’s realtime data streams. These new insights enable optimized process control, novel material commercialization, improved scale-up production, and plant digitalization.  

About the Global Entrepreneurship Summit

The Global Entrepreneurship Summit is a prestigious event that convenes entrepreneurs, investors, and their supporters globally. An estimated 20,000 emerging leaders have participated in Global Entrepreneurship Summits since 2010. At previous GES summits, governments and the private sector have committed to provide over $1 billion in new capital to entrepreneurs worldwide.