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The Future of Food Summit is a 3-day digital event dedicated to reimagining local food systems. Bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders who are pushing the boundaries of local food systems, the Future of Food Summit aims to identify the next leaders who are innovating local food systems by empowering them through coaching, networking, and investment.

Dream Local – celebrating local living – is a joint venture between The Bertha Foundation, 42 Acres, and The Do School. The Future of Food Summit marks the launch of this joint venture and offers you an exciting opportunity to be a part of this community from the beginning, and grow alongside.

They’ll be accepting 20 startups or small enterprises that are transforming local food systems. Selected participants will partake in a 3-day, high-intensity program, which includes personal growth and business innovation sessions, peer-to-peer coaching, insights from industry experts, investor pitching, and mentorship.

Local food systems and short supply chains directly tackle this challenge: they are more climate-friendly, less energy-consuming, build strong connections between rural and urban communities, enhance local economic development and help create more vibrant and resilient communities.

Accelerating local food disruptors around the globe, Dream Local aims to galvanize innovators who are reimagining local food systems.

What’s in it For You?

        Capacity Building

        Capacity building sessions to enhance and scale your product

        Peer Exchange

        Peer exchange to learn from and connect with other ventures

        Networking

        Input and networking opportunities with industry leaders

        Investment

        Meet impact investors and pitch your next steps as entrepreneurs

About the Summit

Day 1

        Meet and greet with other ventures in the food supply ecosystem.

        Break out sessions with industry experts focused on common capacity building topics identified in the application process.

Day 2

        Pitch preparations with inputs and feedback sessions.

        Workshop solutions to your most pressing business challenges through small groups of peer-to-peer coaching.

Day 3

        Pitches to impact investors with several of them specifically focused on new innovations in food supply chains.

 Eligibility Criteria

They are looking for startups and small enterprises with innovative, scalable solutions in local food systems. From production to consumption, we will accept 20 participants from around the globe with ventures that address any area across the entire supply chain. Applicants could, for example, be active in:

        Food production, farming, and agriculture

        Distribution and logistics

        Marketing

        Purchase and retail

        Preparation and consumption

        Waste recovery

        Circular economy

 Participating Criteria

This call for applications is open to start-ups and small enterprises from around the world that are:

        Revenue generating

        More than 1 year in the market

        Providing a new, scalable solution within the local food supply chain

Participation is especially interesting for ventures that are ready to scale, actively looking to build their networks, and are ready to pitch to impact investors. The selection process will be based on business model viability, an innovation of service/product, scalability potential, and sustainability/impact.

Deadline: 13 September 2020 For more information, visit https://thedoschool.com/future-of-food-systems/

 

 

 

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