JHTC & RWiT FoodTech & AgTech
Join JHTC and RWiT for a panel discussion on Jan 12th @ 7pm via Zoom with breakthrough Food Tech and AgTech startups focusing on sustainability, resource preservation and innovation.
Our event will be moderated by Eran Sandhaus, Managing Partner of J-Impact, focusing on investments in FoodTech, HealthTech, ClimateTech and SocialTech.
Eran has over 25 years of experience in global high tech business. Throughout his career, he led global growth businesses in Fortune 500 companies, created cutting-edge products and services and advised funds and startups that fueled the internet, mobile phone, internet-of-things, and transportation revolutions.
Amir Feder of BlueNalu
BlueNalu’s mission is to be the global leader in cell-cultured seafood, providing consumers with great tasting, healthy, safe, and trusted products that support the sustainability and diversity of our ocean
Amir Feder has 20+ years of global financial leadership of innovative organizations in food manufacturing, life science, bio-tech, alternative protein, technology, media, gaming, advertising and entertainment.
David Cooper of Ripple Foods
Ripple exists to make dairy-free as it should be: high in protein, low in sugar, loaded with nutrition and delicious
David Cooper is CFO and key partner with executives and BoDs, we completed $24B+ of financial transactions, which included IPOs, tax-free spin-offs, M&A, debt financings, an LBO, and a rights offering. With a strategic and operational focus, he has led Fortune 500 and privately held companies through rapid growth, complex issues, and organizational change.
Dr. Waleed Nasser of BlueGreen
BlueGreen Water Technologies is a leading global WaterTech company that provides innovative, scalable solutions to toxic algae blooms for all bodies of water, irrespective of size or shape with guaranteed results. Water is the source of life
Dr. Nasser is an expert cross-disciplinary scientist with over twenty years of experience in end-to-end solutions in microbiology, infectious diseases, Next Generation Sequencing, bioinformatics, data science, and molecular biology techniques.
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The Jewish High Tech Community, JHTC, hosts events with members from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, with a focus on local events in Silicon Valley and locations in Mountain View and Palo Alto, CA. As always, members, guests and first-time attendees are welcome.
Our past JHTC events have covered startup founder experiences and robotics, and there is much more to come. It has been wonderful to see our group grow over the last few years, and I hope you will join us at our next event!
– Tanya Okmyansky, President