Israeli and Spanish Embassies join Food Tech Matters November edition as Partners

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AUTHOR: Tilly St Aubyn

The Israeli and Spanish Embassies have been announced as Partners of the upcoming November edition of Food Tech Matters.

Through the partnership, the Embassies of Spain and Israel will help bring together a diverse range of start-ups across the regions to pitch live in front of international investors. Start-ups will have the opportunity to pitch their business solution to a panel of investors within the categories of Next Gen Food and Drink, Sustainable Food Production, The Future of AgTech and Consumer Apps. If successful, start-ups could gain access to investment from VCs and accelerators around the world along with the opportunity to receive mentorship from industry leaders across the agri-foodtech space. Investors and industry leaders will meet the most exciting and innovative start-ups in Israel and Spain and have the chance to invest in some of the most exciting young companies.

For an insight into what investors are looking for, watch the 10 best investors’ questions that start-ups were asked during their live pitches at Food Tech Matters in April.

Food Tech Matters welcomes the Embassies of Israel and Spain who join 2021 partners including Sweden Food Tech, KitchenTown, The Yield Lab and Eatable Adventures. More partners will be announced soon.Our next Food Tech Matters event will take place on 29th and 30th November 2021. New for November, start-ups will benefit from Food Tech Matters own meeting platform which offers the opportunity for private virtual meetings between start-ups, investors and industry leaders. These can be booked on the Food Tech Matters platform from August onwards. 

If you are a start-up that would like to pitch in November, you will need to register for a start-up pass and a start-up pitching application form.

For partnership opportunities, please contact tilly.staubyn@foodmatters.co.uk

For investor opportunities, please contact sarah.creber@foodmatters.co.uk

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