At Crowdfooding we believe corporate-startup collaboration is the only way forward to redesign and improve our food system. Combining startups’ agility to innovate and validate concepts with corporate structure and expertise allows to deliver better products to more consumers. Thus, Crowdfooding focuses on enabling collaborations by helping corporates identify the potential in partnering with startups, as well as empowering entrepreneurs to accelerate their scale-up phase by establishing strategic partnerships with corporates.
We empower established food and drink organizations to enable meaningful collaborations with startups via:
Providing a tailored overview of the Food and Foodtech innovation landscape in London and Silicon Valley. Our discovery missions aim to enable established organizations to connect with the key innovators and players and inspire their people.
Using our proprietary database and community to build channels for interaction between leading startups and scale-ups and large corporates. We then facilitate the relationships for both parties from arranging meetings and signing NDA’s to finalising commercial or investment agreements.
The global food tech map aims to keep track of the food-tech sector in one interactive map, allowing you to discover the latest developments from startups by category or location. The food-tech sector is incredibly dynamic and we believe startups are set to solve some of the biggest issues affecting our food system via technology.Take me there
Open Innovation Manager at Barilla