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 Vicki Sagar

Startups now get up to €300,000 investment on the ProVeg Incubator

We’re looking for pioneering founders to apply for the 10th edition of the ProVeg Incubator programme, and we have some exciting news.  Startups that join and complete the programme can now benefit from up to €300,000 investment, including €75,000 worth of in-kind services. The new package is an increase on the previous cap of €250,000. …

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How does the ProVeg Incubator programme work?

We are, once again, accepting startup applications for our next cohort, which starts in September. However, have you ever wondered how exactly we work with the startups who take part in our accelerator programme? To start with: we hold different kinds of group sessions including workshops, fireside chats, and industry roundtables. Startups also host sessions, …

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Fabumin: filling the gap on egg alternatives

Where did the idea for your company come from?  Adi: Fabumin’s journey started eight years ago when we founded the plant-based cheese company Human Nature. When our family became vegan, we couldn’t find any good cheese substitutes on the market – so we started producing alternatives ourselves. This venture very quickly became a viable business …

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Omni: plant-based pet food is here

What does your startup do and what is your mission?  Guy: We started Omni, a D2C plant-based pet food company, in order to make and sell nutritionally complete diets using sustainable, alternative protein sources. We aim...

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Cellular agriculture: a new world of opportunity?

Commercial interest in cellular agriculture is growing, along with interest from governments around the world. Increasing amounts of public funds are being allocated to cellular-agriculture companies and research projects, including in the Netherlands, Belgium, Japan, and Singapore, as...

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Plant-based Mexican food ready to rock the market

What does your startup do and what is your mission? Iván: At Asanté, we use natural ingredients to create plant-based versions of recipes in which meat is traditionally firmly at the centre of the plate. Beginning...

Inside the ProVeg Incubator
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Startup investors: the complete guide

Angel investors, VCs, and incubators are all viable sources of financing. But how do they differ from one another? While the specifics may change depending on local regulations, some distinctions hold true, no matter where...

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Top 6 tips for getting the attention of startup investors

First thing’s first. Before you dive right in, you should define exactly what kind of startup investors you’re looking for. Ask yourself, what type of funding would suit your company and what should an investor...

Top tips
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Startup pitch decks: do’s and don’ts

Investors look at hundreds, if not thousands, of pitch decks from startup founders hoping to secure their backing. Even within a specific sector such as plant-based food, you’re going to need to stand out from...

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Pink Albatross: why we’re rebranding our vegan ice-cream

Pink Albatross is a name that stands out. This was important for Luke and Pepe when they started their plant-based alt-dairy brand – to go beyond the norm for ‘typical’ vegan products. They want to...