Barry Yates, an entrepreneurial veteran, led Blast Radius and Monexa, both acquired by major corporations. At UBC, he mentored new entrepreneurs. Now, as CarboNet's co-founder and CEO, he's helping scale what one customer called “the most technologically innovative water treatment application I’ve laid eyes on this decade.”
While pursuing his PhD in biochemistry, Michael Carlson developed the NanoNet platform, a breakthrough in water treatment that deploys novel molecules to sequester suspended particles 10x faster than industry norms and at half the price. He now leads the company’s research and scientist recruitment efforts.
Amielle Lake previously founded Tagga, sold to Campaign Monitor, and is a founding member of the Women’s Equity Lab, an angel investment group launched to support Canadian entrepreneurs. At CarboNet, she built the team that swept the Permian Basin, taking SimpleFloc from alpha to market dominance in just two years.