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Antony Maderal

Continually searching for the intersection of capitalism and sustainability, Antony has recently joined GO Lab of Belfast, Maine. GO Lab hopes to disrupt an $11B US building material marketplace currently dominated by energy-intensive and fossil fuel derived products. GO Lab is currently under contract to purchase and retrofit a decommissioned paper mill in Madison, Maine, will put 110 people back to work, and domestically produce sustainable wood fiber insulation products. GO Lab’s overarching philosophy states that energy efficient structures should be constructed with sustainable products. Due to multiple paper mill closures, and increasing IECC building code requirements GO Lab has found a way to solve multiple problems with a single vision. Antony is a graduate of the University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business, has been a technology investor for over 25 years including Angel investing, and has lived and worked in Spain, Mexico as well as the United States. Until April 2019, Antony worked in the FOREX and cross-border payments sector for the past 18 years.  Born in Detroit, Michigan, Antony has grown to view American work ethic, creativity, ingenuity, and entrepreneurship as the hope for the future.