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New Food Invest 2022 Takes Place Next Week

A host of game-changing speakers are lined up to present at the New Food Invest 2022 conference, co-hosted by Beyond Animal and ProVeg International, which takes place online on Thursday, 27 October. Focusing on Europe, Africa and the Middle East, the event will bring together a plethora of alt protein and cell-ag companies, startups, investors and VC firms, including the following speakers, who will address corporate investment in alt proteins, and whether the public is ready for cultivated meat, amongst other topics. Dwayne Holmes, Director, Responsible Research & Innovation, New Harvest Ludovic Reysset, Head of Plant-Based Platform, Sonae Claire Smith, Founder, Beyond Animal, Beyond Investing Professor Nick Lin-Hi, University of Vechta Antii Savilaasko, Partner and Head of Research, Impact Cubed Malte Clausen, Partner and Associate …


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2022 New Food Invest Will Focus on Africa, Middle East, and Europe

Beyond Animal and ProVeg International announce the 2022 New Food Invest online conference, which brings together international plant-based and cultured-food businesses, investors, and venture capitalists to accelerate the growth of these sectors. The world’s first online conference solely dedicated to investments in the developing alternative protein and sustainable food technology sectors, New Food Invest was launched last year and is co-hosted by international non-profit organisation ProVeg and investment platform Beyond Animal. The first event was a great success, drawing 400 attendees to hear from 75 presenters about the commercialisation of next-generation technologies. Participating investors made a minimum of $75 million per investment offer accessible. 2022 New Food Invest At the online event taking place on October 27, 2022, New Food Invest will concentrate on the …


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Beyond Animal Launches Mobile App to Help Investors & Entrepreneurs to Connect

The Beyond Animal platform announces the release of its mobile app for iOS and Android phone users. The free app is now available for download on the Apple Store and Play Store. Launched in 2018, Beyond Animal says it aims to make it easier and more intuitive for investors and entrepreneurs to connect, collaborate and share information with each other and so accelerate the growth of the vegan economy.  With the app, users can network, apply for jobs and post and interact in groups through their smartphones. Users can create accounts and customize their profiles using the Beyond Animal app, and enjoy all platform functionalities on the go. The app also hosts online events and conferences, such as the New Food Invest, the popular Beyond …


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Food Funders Circle: An Online Event For Alternative Protein Investors

The Food Funders Circle is a new event series that raises funds to support charities working to transform the global food system. The Food Funders Circle is “a high-impact online event for alternative protein investors and philanthropists to learn about and potentially fund hand-picked projects that support our mission to reduce global animal consumption ”, according to Sebastian Joy, Executive Chair at 50by40. The first Food Funders Circle is proudly presented by 50by40 and Beyond Animal. This is a special opportunity to make a significant contribution to the alternative protein movement, at this unique event format with an impressive line-up of high-profile speakers and industry leaders. The inaugural Food Funders Circle will take place on 28 September at 18:00 CET and is free of charge. …


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Beyond Investing Launches World’s First Vegan Exchange Traded Fund

An ethical stock investment option which is both cruelty-free and fossil fuel-free will be launched by Beyond Investing onto the New York Stock Exchange on 10th September. The US Vegan Climate ETF (ticker VEGN) was due to launch in January this year but there were some delays. However, the prospectus was filed and accepted by the SEC last weekend.