Call for applications: Brinc Spring 2020 Accelerator Program for FoodTech Startups

Startups accepted in the program will receive investment and also hands-on support from Brinc’s in-house mentors and network of experts. If accepted, you will receive support in commercialisation, and help to drive commercial conversations with potential partners with a view to launching in new markets across Asia.
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Startups accepted in the program will receive investment and also hands-on support from Brinc’s in-house mentors and network of experts. If accepted, you will receive support in commercialisation, and help to drive commercial conversations with potential partners with a view to launching in new markets across Asia. Brinc mentors will also provide product development support throughout the entire food supply chain.
 
Your startup will also gain full access into Brinc network of mentors, investors and partners to refine their go-to-market strategy, develop a robust fundraising strategy
 
Our Offer
 
$80,000 USD in exchange for 10 - 15% equity of your startup
 
Funding - Focused on helping you define your ask and secure follow on funding opportunities
 
Commercial Network - We will help match you with innovation-focused retailers that are looking to collaborate with startups and explore new innovative products and processes.
 
Product Development - Technical and product development support throughout the entire agri-food supply chain 
 
Technical Education Modules - Lectures and sessions on food product development, food industry regulations, the food industry landscape and more
 
Mentorship - Our in-house experts and mentor network will guide you through all the essentials of starting a business including legals, fundraising, marketing, commercialization and sales
 
Investor Network - As your business begins to scale, we’ll begin to introduce you to our international network of investors 
 
Customized Curriculum - The curriculum is catered to your startup's specific needs. Wherever your business needs support, we’ll step in to provide guidance
 
Startup Perks Package - Global partners have offered their tools and services at a discounted rate for our portfolio companies
 
Monthly founder hour - Our international portfolio teams dial in for a monthly Founder Hour where they share their progress, challenges, and future plans
 
On-going support - Upon completion of the program, the Brinc team will continue to support your fundraising, business development and growth. We will always be there to help!
 
Investment Verticals
  • Alternate Proteins (plant based & cultured meats)
  • Novel & new ingredients
  • Supply Chain & Packaging
 
Application Requirements
  • Startups that have developed a product that fits within one of our Food Technology investment verticals.
  • At least 2 co-founders with relevant industry experience.
  • Scalable and defined business model with high growth potential.
  • Fundraising traction
  • Must be willing to incorporate in Hong Kong
  • Ideally, must be looking to deploy their product / solution in the Southeast Asian market
 
Application Deadline: February 17, 2020
 
Source: Brinc

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