John Kaweske & Associates is a self-governing biodiesel consulting firm that has established its reputation one client at a time since 2004. |
Denver, CO, July 25, 2016 - John Kaweske has gained a wealth of proficiency, strategic insight, and technical awareness that helps clients assess the best overall plan for their biodiesel facility.
He has been working in the biotechnology sector for many years. He spent nearly 20 years as a Managing Director within the investment banking departments of different firms like Cardinal Capital Management, Inc and Grace Investments. John Kaweske was responsible for assessing startup companies within biotech for potential investment; creating business plans for start-up companies; and funding start-up, early stage and growth companies as well participated on the Board of Directors of several companies and closed a number of successful M&A transactions.
John Kaweske went on to build his own biodiesel company (Bio Clean Energy S.A.) in Brazil. When beginning Bio Clean Energy, he successfully negotiated and closed Venture Capital funding from a leading fund in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He also negotiated and closed loans with four banks in Brazil for capital expenditures and working capital. At the same time, he tactically planned all aspects of the company from site selection to production and financial management. John Kaweske today is still the final decision maker for all business procedures.
Engineering knowledge is important in a maturing industry like biodiesel. John Kaweske works with some of the most skilled personnel in the field today, capable of improving the use of your current technologies or providing assistance in updating your technologies and practices. John’s knowledge of biodiesel production technologies and patents can help you gain a technological advantage in this increasingly competitive market. His knowledge of biodiesel production technologies and patents can help you gain a technological advantage in this increasingly competitive market.
John Kaweske has evaluated biodiesel facilities for more than a decade. His unique knowledge of the feedstock coupled with the technical and marketing aspects of the business enables him to develop a financial model that is both accurate and insightful to proposed plants.
Successful biodiesel marketing is site-specific. The renewable fuel industry competes in a complex, well-established fuel industry. Market studies should reflect the opportunities and challenges that exist in the real world, including price, quality and regulatory issues. He assists producers get the most out of their product and co-product values and links producers with key strategic partners for long-term success.
To know more about John Kaweske, visit his official website at http://johnkaweske.com/ or contact him using his contact form at http://johnkaweske.com/contact/.
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