Updated: Nov 20
Food technology and the food industry is a $9 trillion business, but most people wouldn’t think of it. Food and how we eat is often seen as a far more personal choice than a large industry. Because of this, there is ample opportunity for investors to get involved in the early stages of many companies. Brita Rosenheim is here today to talk about her experience in the food industry and how it will change in the years to come. This week’s episode 91 of How Women Inspire Podcast is about investing opportunities and innovation in food technology!
In this episode of How Women Inspire Podcast, Brita Rosenheim shares the importance of specialization in venture capital and actionable steps you can take right now to support new food chain technology.
Brita Rosenheim is the Managing Partner at Vita Vera Ventures, a venture firm that supports early-stage tech entrepreneurs defining our future by advancing the resiliency, efficiency, and sustainability of the food industry. Brita has been recognized as an expert on the food tech ecosystem for over a decade; recently named a “Tech Power Player” from BI and featured in NRN's annual "Power List" for the industry. She has 20 years of experience as a food & tech investor, M&A advisor, and corporate development professional.
Some of the talking points Julie and Brita go over in this episode include:
The intersection of technology and the food supply chain.
How the food industry is ubiquitous and recession-proof, yet is often overlooked as an investment opportunity.
The need for digitization in the food technology industry to lay a foundation for progress.
Vita Vera’s commitment to investing in companies with diverse leadership.
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