McCarthy Mentoring is delighted to support food-tech start up Sprout Kitchens after they won the prize of our six-month mentoring program at Rabobank’s FoodBytes! Sydney pitch event in November.
Held as part of Rabobank’s Farm2Fork Summit, the FoodBytes! event saw eight finalists pitch their business idea on the main Summit stage to more than the 1000 delegates in attendance. The competition event brought together food and agri tech entrepreneurs alongside potential investors and industry thought leaders.
Sprout Kitchen’s kitchen-sharing platform finds cafés and kitchens with underutilised space to rent out to other food businesses looking for commercial kitchens.
Co-founders James Jordan and Caroline Aguesse will be working with McCarthy Mentoring mentor and digital strategist Kylie Little, Director, The Growth Business and founder of Essential Baby.
This post originally appeared on the McCarthy Mentoring blog.