Product Crunch – Future Food w/ Infarm, TooGoodToGo & Marley Spoon

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Dear Product Crunch Lovers,

we are looking forward to our next edition after the summer break! Please find the speaker information below:

Franziska Lienert
Public Affairs Manager at Too Good To Go

Too Good To Go - the app against food waste

Franziska has a Master’s Degree in Communication and Culture Management from Zeppelin University. Already during her studies, she was excited about sustainability and organised a “Schnippeldisko” to create awareness around food waste. As a PR and Public Affairs Manager at Too Good to Go, she gets to make sustainability her day job. Too Good To Go allows gastronomy companies to offer their overproduced food to people who pick it up themselves at a 50% discount. The app won the nationwide prize “ Bundespreis gegen Lebensmittelverschwendung "Zu gut für die Tonne" in 2019.

Eldad Arnon
Director Of Digital Products at INFARM

Decentralisation of the food system: the farming (r)evolution

As the Director Of Digital Products at InFarm – Indoor Urban Farming, Eldad is leading the product management team to design and reshape the indoor farming (r)evolution. In this role, Eldad manages a diverse team of software developers, hardware & IoT engineers, data scientists and ML engineering to deliver cutting edge technology.

Sarmishta Pantham
Head of Design & UX at Marley Spoon

Title: Designing for the intangible– at scale

Sarmishta’s path thus far has been driven by a curiosity to explore the intersections of various creative disciplines and their transformational power. Over the last 15 years, she has worked in fashion, brand identity, trend research and user experience design for brands like Levi’s, eBay, Toyota, Blinkist, in India, the United States and Berlin. Today, she leads the Design and UX team at Marley Spoon bringing together a cross-disciplinary approach towards the goal of creating memorable, seamless experiences for Marley Spooners around the world. Alongside her professional practice, she runs a parallel practice named Handful– a playground for interdisciplinary vocabularies between craft, culture and food and can otherwise be found researching traditional Indian delicacies for her pop-up dinner series, Indian Standard Time.

Make sure to tell your friends to signup to the meetup group and join us for a super nice evening.

Featuring drinks by Roy Kombucha.