23 min

Agronomics: Investor in cultivated meat & alternative leather || PLANT CEO #76 PLANT CEO

    • Entrepreneurship

In this episode we talk to Anthony Chow Co-Founder of Agronomics. Agronomics invests in cultivated meat companies in order to disrupt the animal farming industry due to its impact to the environment and animal welfare. Following on from the chat with Jim Mellon, Executive Director of Agronomics we get key insights and updates from Anthony.  We discuss what they look for when deciding which cultivated meat companies to invest in and how they tell the difference between real scientific innovation and hype. Additionally they have a keen interest to challenge the traditional leather industry and have invested in a company that creates cell-based leather without the cruelty.

https://agronomics.im/

About PLANT CEO

More people are choosing to follow plant-based diets or are reducing their meat intake. Exciting new startups are developing alternatives to traditional meat, dairy and seafood products,  Whether it be food, fashion or health and beauty there are companies that are trying to change the way we consume products whilst reducing the impact on the planet.  Hear from some of the inspirational entrepreneurs that are leading the way forward.

https://plantceo.com/

In this episode we talk to Anthony Chow Co-Founder of Agronomics. Agronomics invests in cultivated meat companies in order to disrupt the animal farming industry due to its impact to the environment and animal welfare. Following on from the chat with Jim Mellon, Executive Director of Agronomics we get key insights and updates from Anthony.  We discuss what they look for when deciding which cultivated meat companies to invest in and how they tell the difference between real scientific innovation and hype. Additionally they have a keen interest to challenge the traditional leather industry and have invested in a company that creates cell-based leather without the cruelty.

https://agronomics.im/

About PLANT CEO

More people are choosing to follow plant-based diets or are reducing their meat intake. Exciting new startups are developing alternatives to traditional meat, dairy and seafood products,  Whether it be food, fashion or health and beauty there are companies that are trying to change the way we consume products whilst reducing the impact on the planet.  Hear from some of the inspirational entrepreneurs that are leading the way forward.

https://plantceo.com/

23 min