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Seena Rejal

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Seena Rejal

Seena Rejal
Company: 3D Industri.es (3DI)
Title: Founder and CEO
Location: London, United Kingdom
Fields of operation: Digital, Technology

Founder and CEO of 3D Industri.es (3DI), a disruptive London-based technology company that has been referred to as the '3D Google' by Forbes and today works with HP, IBM, Siemens, Intel, Autodesk and Sony, amongst others. Seena has presented at SXSW, WebSummit, CES and the Hanover Messe and has been covered in Forbes, Inc.com and the BBC.

Prior to this, Seena led business development for two ground-breaking companies: Global Thermostat of NY (US), converting captured carbon to fuel; Eight19 of Cambridge (UK), developing cutting edge organic photovoltaics as well as pioneering pay-as-you-go ‘base of the pyramid’ business models for mass deployment.

Seena was head of technology for the acclaimed Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI), President Clinton’s programme on mitigating climate change. He worked closely with the global research and technology communities, and coordinated with policy and finance leaders to support accelerated deployment of the most high-impact solutions.

Seena completed his PhD and undergraduate studies at Trinity College, University of Cambridge.


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