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JuiceInnov8 made it to the list of Global Top 500 Deep-tech Startups in Hello Tomorrow Global Summit

October 1, 2017

Among more than 3,000 projects applied, JuiceInnov8 has been selected as part of Hello Tomorrow’s Top 500 deep-tech startups worldwide.

Hello Tomorrow is a non-profit organization based in Paris, France that bringing together a community of actors aiming to unlock the power of deep technologies to solve the world's toughest challenges. With main goal to empower scientists and deep-tech entrepreneurs around the world by providing them with fundingglobal visibility and connections with key players in our ecosystem, such as industrial partners (AirbusBNP ParibasL'Oréal etc.), investors (PartechAccelAtomico etc.), international media and fellow entrepreneurs.

2017 Hello Tomorrow Global Summit is an event that brought together people
who's changing the world  during October 26-27, 2017 at THE CENTQUATRE in Paris.




JuiceInnov8 joined FoodBytes! NYC as 60s pitch finalist

June 2, 2017

JuiceInnov8 was selected as a 60s pitch finalist in FoodBytes! NYC 2017 in New York City. 

FoodBytes! is a pitch competition-meets-networking event brings together the game-changing startups, investors and industry leaders pioneering the future of food and ag. Founded by Rabobank in 2015, more than 900 companies have applied to pitch to over 1,400 attendees at FoodBytes! events around the world.

Press Release: JuiceInnov8 selected into TERRA, the Food+Agtech Accelerator in San Francisco

Apr 6, 2017

JuiceInnov8 announced that its been selected into the inaugural cohort of startups for Terra, the Food + Ag Tech Accelerator. Founded by Rabobank and RocketSpace, Terra is a first of its kind accelerator program bringing together the industry’s most disruptive startups and progressive corporations to fuel cross-industry innovation and set a new standard for food and agriculture. The cohort - with global representation from across five countries (Canada, Spain, Thailand, UK, USA) and industry sectors - kicks off today on RocketSpace’s tech campus in San Francisco.
Unlike traditional accelerators, Terra’s unique consortium model brings together a diverse group of industry leaders - both big and small - to explore and experiment with potential partnerships through a dedicated product validation program. Rabobank and RocketSpace, along with Terra’s corporate collaborators - AgroFresh,  Beta San Miguel, Givaudan, Griffith Foods,  Grupo Azucarero Mexico/CULTIBA and OSI Group - selected JuiceInnov8 from a competitive applicant pool of hundreds of startups from around the world.

Among other benefits, JuiceInnov8 will gain brand exposure and be able to validate its product in collaboration with multiple industry corporations. This non-traditional accelerator model includes pilot testing and is structured to progress beyond a proof of concept to a commercially viable product.

Following the program’s kick off this week, JuiceInnov8 will begin an eight-week tailored curriculum led by industry experts, followed by an eight-week product validation period. During the program, JuiceInnov8 has the unique opportunity to work from RocketSpace’s tech campus in downtown San Francisco, among its curated community of tech startups which has included 18 “unicorns” valued at $1B or more.

Photos courtesy of RocketSpace


JuiceInnov8 represented Thailand as finalist in 1776 Challenge Cup - Regional Round in Tokyo, Japan

February 25, 2016

 Hosted by 1776, a Washington DC based startup incubator, 1776 Challenge Cup is an annual competition stage that runs in over 45 countries in 9 regions around the globe. Startups advance through three rounds: Local, Regional and Global Finals. All of the regional winners and a host of wild cards will be invited to participate in the Challenge Cup Global Finals next June in Washington, D.C.

JuiceInnov8 joined 1776 Challenge Cup Regional Round Tokyo in late Feb 2016 Thailand as a finalist.