We are looking for presenters at our first Five on Food, taking place on Tuesday, May 18. Are you a farmer who tweets, an entrepreneur building a food-related website, a foodie using social media to connect with your food, or someone who is weaving together food and tech in a unique way? If so, we want to hear from you!
At our next Meetup, we will have five-minute presentations from five group members to hear about what they're working on and get their perspective on "food+tech" - what it means to them, how they define it in their work, and the potential it has to effect change. If you're interested in presenting, or know someone who would be, please send a description of your work, with a link or other reference, to me at elizabeth dot greene at sloan.mit.edu. The sooner, the better so that we can get the word out to the group about whose ideas will be featured this month!
The Food+Tech Meetup is the community for the emerging food tech space. We are a group of innovators using technology to create a better future for food.
Our monthly Meetups bring entrepreneurs, investors, chefs, farmers, food artisans, analysts, journalists, advocates, hackers and makers of all kinds together to network and explore the future of the industry.
The Food+Tech Meetup is organized by Food+Tech Connect in partnership with Holley Atkinson and Elizabeth McVay Greene.
Food+Tech Connect is the platform for good food innovation. We help people launch, grow and transform good food businesses through our news and analysis, online business courses and hackathons.
Originally founded in 2010 by Elizabeth McVay Greene, and co-organized by Holley Atkinson and Danielle Gould, this group was born from the idea that technology can be used to improve the way we produce, distribute, interact with and