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Food+Tech Meetup: How New Tech is Transforming Restaurants
Join us next Thursday, January 30th for “How New Tech is Transforming Restaurants” – an inside look at restaurant tech startup models. Each presenter will have 5 minutes to demo and 5 minutes for audience Q&A, followed by drinks, snacks and networking. Register HERE.
8 Smart Kitchen Innovations From CES 2014
From smart refrigerators and interoperability apps to futuristic cook tops and ranges, don’t miss our roundup of innovative kitchen concepts on display at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
Food Delivery Service Fluc Lets You Schedule All Your Meals for a Year in Advance (Exclusive) – Venture Beat
Fluc powers an online food delivery service currently active in Palo Alto, Calif. and neighboring towns. Last week the company unveiled its latest product – a scheduling system that lets people or businesses place delivery orders 365 days in advance, from and to multiple locations.
The Daily Startup: Culinary Agents Launches Chefs’ Networking Site – Wall Street Journal
Culinary Agents Inc., a sort of LinkedIn for culinary professionals started by a former International Business Machines Corp. executive, has raised $500,000 in seed funding.
A VC’s 10 Startup Secrets He Wishes He Had Known As An Entrepreneur – PandoDaily
Michael Skok, partner at North Bridge Venture, offers his top 10 insights to help entrepreneurs avoid common pitfalls.
Big Data Can Save Fuel and Boost Profits for Home Delivery Food Retailers – E2B Pulse
New research indicate that retailers offering home deliveries for food could cut their fuel consumption, boost their profits by four per cent and improve customer service through offering incentives to customers to take delivery in the most profitable time slots.