Some of us eat to live; others live to eat. Yet, we can all agree that there’s nothing worse than food that has gone bad! Fortunately, 500-backed startups Glife Technologies and Escavox are keeping it fresh for us.
Glife acquired a plant-based food distributor in Malaysia and a food tech startup in Indonesia to bring more farms to the table, while Escavox is keeping produce fresh with real-time tracking technology.
Missed last week’s round-up? Check it out here.
- Glife expands to bring more farms to the table
- Una Brands invests US$100M in Aussie retailers
- Gilmour Space builds smart microsatellite
- ESPL grows Play-to-Earn (P2E) economy in gaming
- Parcel Perform opens new US office in New York City
- AUS flies high amid boom in India dronetech
- Dawaai helps patients get better through education on disease & dosage compliance
- Carousell drives community over commerce
- Lingokids bridges pandemic learning gaps
- Nas Academy empowers creators
- Koo self-verification service is world’s first for social media platform
- Escavox intelligence stops supply chain disruptions
Other stories you may have missed:
- Haulio, Glints, First Circle, Homage, and Pomelo ranked on Financial Times’ list of ‘Asia-Pacific High-Growth Companies 2022’.
- Transcelestial made Tracxn’s list of top emerging newspace startups of 2022 as a ‘minicorn’ – a high growth early-stage venture.
- RedDoorz collaborated with the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia and the Wakatobi Regency Government of South Sulawesi to revitalize the local tourism industries.
- Neuron Mobility’s safety-first e-scooters and e-bikes have been selected for Lethbridge’s first shared e-scooter and e-bike program.