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How might we contribute to a more planet-, human- and animal-friendly food system?

Around 2 billion animals are killed for food around the world every day. The production of our food production is responsible for about 26% of global greenhouse gas emissions and almost 70% of our total water consumption. All while at least one third of all food produced for human consumption is wasted every year. And yet…every 10 seconds a child dies from hunger.

Those are the figures. Let them sink in. And if you want to do anything about them, just contact us. It’s clear that we have a lot of work to do.

Let’s work on a healthy, sustainable food system together
Working in the plant-based, organic food industry? On urban farming? Fair food distribution? Or you just want to disrupt your entire business model to increase your positive impact? We’re here to help you innovate, improve, promote and/or scale.
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Repositioning Tomato Masters

    Impact Areas:
  • Sustainable Food Systems

Tomato Masters is growing fast and increased their production capacity in 2018. They asked us to help them upgrade their business game and strategically reposition their organisation.

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To support our rapid growth, we were looking for a strategic partner with a hands-on, down-to-earth approach and a strong focus on long-term, sustainable growth.

Tom Vlaemynck, CEO - Tomato Masters
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We need more zebra startups

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  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Strategy

Becoming a unicorn is the ultimate dream for a lot of entrepreneurs. But maybe you should consider becoming a zebra instead. Let me explain to you why by looking at 2 examples: Uber and Beyond Meat.

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How might we (re)design systems so that they benefit all?

How might we (re)design systems so that they benefit all?
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How might we help people to become healthier and happier?

How might we help people to become healthier and happier?
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