Customer-facing and back of house technologies are revolutionizing the foodservice industry. From payment products that aim to boost check averages, to services that increase user engagement, to platforms that help minimize food waste, a bevy of tech startups are working to optimize customer experience and restaurant operations.
Join us on January 30th for “How New Tech is Transforming Restaurants” – an inside look at how a handful of these startups operate and make money. Each of the startups will have 5 minutes to present and 5 minutes for audience Q&A.
There will be networking, wine sponsored by Lenz Winery –@TheLenzWinery – and Bibber & Bell – @BibberAndBell – and snacks sponsored by Innovative Food Holdings Inc. (IVFH) & Food Hatch – @FoodHatch – served after the presentations.
Culinary Agents– A RRE Ventures and Correlation Ventures backed professional network that offers job matching and networking for culinary professionals in the food, beverage and hospitality industry. @CulinaryAgents / firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective Logistics – A Google Ventures and Atlas Venture backed retail/restaurant-focused software company that provides an artificially-intelligent, web-accessible labor performance management platform (MUSE). @OBJL / email@example.com
Swipely – An Index Ventures and Shasta Ventures backed service that helps local merchants better understand customers and grow sales by connecting information from the payments network, point-of-sale systems and the social web. @Swipely / firstname.lastname@example.org
NoWait – A Birchmere Ventures backed iOS app that allows consumers to search restaurant wait times, add their names to waiting lists and get texts from restaurants when their tables are ready. @NoWaitApp