Investors in Food Processing

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SOSV is venture capital firm and an accelerator specializing in technology startups. The firm also specializes in seed, early venture, growth capital, venture and growth-stage funding to disruptive startups. The firm typically invests in information technology with a focus on hardware, software, leap motion, sales and biotechnology, telecommunications, energy efficiency technology, energy, green energy, medical devices, transportation, robotics, internet, and social media; it also invests in the food sector. It seeks to invest globally with a focus on United States, Europe, and Asia including China. The firm typically invests between $0.01 million and $0.05 million and offers a two-four month program in exchange for equity. The firm prefers to invest as the lead investor. SOSV was founded in 1995 and is based in Princeton, New Jearsey with additional offices in United States of America, Europe, and Asia.
Made 87 investments in Food Processing

Advantage Capital

Advantage Capital is a venture capital firm founded in 1992, specializing in growth equity, lending, and mezzanine debt investments in companies at various stages of development, excluding seed stage. The firm focuses on small businesses and invests in low-income communities, both urban and rural, to support state and local economic development efforts. Advantage Capital seeks to invest in companies that develop or apply proprietary technologies primarily in industries such as communication, information technology, business services, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, life sciences, and energy. Additionally, the firm provides debt and equity capital to real estate development firms and projects. It primarily invests in underserved states and communities in the United States, with an initial investment range between $0.5 million and $10 million. Advantage Capital partners with other investment firms and government agencies to support bank lending and economic initiatives, aiming to bring businesses, technologies, and jobs to communities in need.
Made 14 investments in Food Processing

Massachusetts Capital Resource Co.

MASSACHUSETTS CAPITAL RESOURCE COMPANY was established in 1977 as a limited partnership privately owned and funded by Massachusetts-based life insurance companies. The Company’s mission was to create a source of risk capital to fill the senior debt to equity funding “gap” experienced by growing companies. Their investment activity complements, rather than competes with, the financing provided by senior lenders and equity investors. Mass. Capital provides higher risk growth and acquisition capital to manufacturing, distribution, service and technology companies. They focus on emerging growth and middle market companies with operations in Massachusetts. Their investments are structured to fit the specific needs of portfolio companies and to complement funding available from senior lenders and equity investors.
Made 6 investments in Food Processing

Collaborative Fund

Collaborative Fund aims to be the leading source of capital and strategic support for creative entrepreneurs who want to change the world. The fund focuses on two themes: the increasing importance of values as they relate to the decisions people make about who they work for, what they buy, and how they spend their time; and the shift from an economy based on hyper-consumption to one based on Collaborative Consumption. These two forces present a significant opportunity for new technologies, products, and services to reinvent how society conducts business and transform daily lives. According to published reports, investors in the $6 million fund include GM O'Connell, Nicholas Negroponte, Jason Krikorian (co-founder of Sling Media), Ben Goldhirsh (heir to the Inc. Magazine fortune), and Brendan Synnot (founder of the 'Bear Naked' and 'Revelry' brands).
Made 12 investments in Food Processing


NCI is a private investor company that offers their skills for investing in the public and private markets.
Made 8 investments in Food Processing


A Rockstart Accelerator is an intensive startup program that helps entrepreneurs take their companies from early traction to the global market in 6 months. It provides investment, office space, highly specialized knowledge, and access to a broad network of international mentors, partners and investors. During this program, the startups enroll in 30+ workshops on Lean Startup, Growth Strategies, Fundraising, Sales, PR & Marketing, Team & Personal development, Legal & Finance and more. After 100 days the entrepreneurs present their companies to investors, partners, entrepreneurs and industry journalists in Demo Day. Finally, in a month-long program in Silicon Valley startups expand their international network and learn from the world’s leading tech scene.
Made 11 investments in Food Processing

S2G Ventures

S2G Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in direct investment and fund of fund investment. Within direct investment, it seeks to invest in seed/startup, early venture, mid venture, late venture, emerging growth and growth capital. Within the fund of fund investment it invests in venture capital funds. The firm prefers to invest in the food, ingredients, infrastructure and logistics, big data and hardware, retail and restaurants, consumer brands, and agriculture sector. It usually invests in the United States. S2G Ventures was founded in 2015 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.
Made 26 investments in Food Processing

Valor Equity Partners

Established in 1995, Valor Equity Partners is a Chicago-based private equity firm that is focused on providing investments in consumer, infrastructure, industrial services and manufacturing sectors in the United States.
Made 11 investments in Food Processing

Tyson Foods

Tyson Foods, founded in 1935, is a food processor and marketer specializing in chicken, beef, and pork products. The company, headquartered in Springdale, Arkansas, operates globally, serving customers in over 90 countries. Tyson also provides protein to various national restaurant chains. Additionally, Tyson Ventures, LLC, the company's venture capital arm, focuses on investing in food and agriculture sectors, particularly in innovative food companies and technologies related to fresh meats, poultry, and prepared foods. Tyson New Ventures LLC, a subsidiary, concentrates on areas such as commercializing alternative proteins, addressing food insecurity and waste, and utilizing technology to enhance resource application and consumer safety in the food industry.
Made 22 investments in Food Processing


Cargill, founded in 1865, is an international company that produces and markets food, agricultural, financial, and industrial products and services. With 142,000 employees in 67 countries, Cargill collaborates with customers to innovate and solve challenges in product enhancement, process efficiencies, and market innovations. The company's global team of over 1,300 specialists focuses on research, development, technical services, and intellectual property to create value through new products and cost-effective solutions. Cargill's mission is to nourish the world safely, responsibly, and sustainably by leveraging its expertise, technologies, and global reach to serve customers in over 125 countries.
Made 16 investments in Food Processing