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Founder Josh Tetrick says becoming a public company ‘makes sense’ for Eat Just as it seeks to change global food value chains and attracts sovereign wealth funds.
In a shift in strategy since its rebrand, Aware Super is ‘not really focused’ on supporting new fund managers or blind-pool funds, senior portfolio manager Mark Hector says.
Biogas facility, aerial view
Co-founder Craig Reeves says the project finance biogas fund could end up raising 'significantly more' than it’s first-year target of $50m to $75m.
Co-founder David Rosenberg says he saw risk in allowing other companies’ technology to define the category for public market investors.
Scrambled eggs
The San Francisco-based start-up launched an Asia-based JV with Proterra Investment Partners last year and won the global race to have cultured meat product approved for consumption.
Texas Agriculture, farmland
Crowdfunder FarmTogether has identified a $1.1trn opportunity in the US within the $1m to $10m segment of the market, which it believes will appeal to institutional investors.
Managing partner Emanuel Citron says ag and water are both of interest to the firm’s strategy of pursuing impact through investments into asset managers and financial services firms.
Corn field, aerial view, farmland
The start-up has been involved in farmland assets with double-digit values and expects to be ‘active across the spectrum of size,’ says CEO Carter Malloy.
Ben Craw, MD at Oxley Capital Partners, says investors have a positive view that many businesses will return to pre-covid revenue levels soon, if they have not already done so, which is fueling activity.
Board member Geoff Duyk says the company’s use of nutrients from wastewater bacteria and food and ag refuse reflects an evolving approach to waste across sectors of the US economy.
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