Over the past few years, sf.citi has hosted the Future of Food to explore the cutting-edge of sustainability: food tech. We organized our first Future of Food event in 2018 as part of the Global Climate Action Summit. It was so popular that we hosted the Future of Food again in 2019, featuring an expanded sampling of the latest plant-based food innovations in our two-story Meatless Marketplace.

July 10, 2019

Future of Food

The Future of Food 2.0: Plant-Based Investing
Sample Speakers: Suzy Amis Cameron; HRH Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, KBW Ventures; Bruce Friedrich, The Good Food Institute; Dan Altschuler Malek, New Crop Capital; Johnny Ream, Stray Dog Capital

A continuation of our premier Future of Food event, the Future of Food 2.0 honed in on the business side of plant-based food tech. sf.citi Executive Director Jennifer Stojkovic sat down for a fireside chat with Founder and CEO of KBW Ventures, HRH Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, and author and environmental advocate, Suzy Amis Cameron. Founder and Executive Director of The Good Food Institute, Bruce Friedrich, then moderated a panel with the Prince and two other venture capitalists specializing in plant-based food tech: Dan Altschuler Malek of New Crop Capital and Johnny Ream of Stray Dog Capital. Attendees sampled plant-based products from more than twenty vendors in our two-floor Meatless Marketplace.

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September 13, 2018

The Future of Food: Tech’s Menu for Sustainability
Sample Speakers: Miguel McKelvey, WeWork; Ryan Bethencourt, Wild Earth; Josh Tetrick, JUST

sf.citi and WeWork joined forces to host a one-of-a-kind affiliate event of the Global Climate Action Summit around food innovation and sustainability. The evening’s speakers included Lindsay Baker, WeWork Vice President of Sustainability and Wellbeing, Ryan Bethencourt, Partner at Babel Ventures and CEO of Wild Earth, Katerina Robinson, Legislative Director to California State Senator Nancy Skinner, and Josh Tetrick, CEO of JUST. Throughout the evening, our 250+ guests enjoyed gourmet catering by Impossible Foods and an entire Meatless Marketplace of plant-based delicacies.

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