Please join me in welcoming Betsy Fore, co-CEO and co-founder of Tiny Organics, for a Cake panel! This panel is open for questions.
About Tiny Organics: Referred to as “Sweetgreen for baby” and inspired by European “Baby-Led Weaning”, Tiny Organics is taking a programmatic approach to childhood development through food. Tiny is a technology-powered baby wellness company focused on your baby’s and toddler’s personalized nutrition and ensuring that they taste their first 100 flavors before the age of two to help build an adventurous eater for life. In collaboration with Tufts School of Nutrition, we’re reimagining baby and toddler meals through soft, nutrient-rich, palate-expanding finger foods hand-crafted by a chef and neonatal nutritionist. Backed by VC firms Human Ventures and Elizabeth Street Ventures, Tiny Organics is launching in Fall 2019.
About Betsy: Named Forbes 30 under 30 and BBC's 100 Most Inspiring Women, Betsy has a decade of experience as an inventor, startup founder and CEO. She has worked with Mattel, Hasbro and the #1 kid's digital brand in the UK, Moshi Monsters, reaching over 100M registered users online and making it the #1 toy brand in her time there alongside founder Michael Acton Smith (Calm). Betsy enjoys building great brands and has invented over 100 products and counting. She advises a number of hardware/deep data startups as well as UNICEF Wearables for Good initiative. She has spoken at Google, CES, World Economic Forum, National Retail Federation and keynoted the first Pet Tech summit in North America. Having raised millions for her startup, she has also brought on over 40 vendor partners for her company, including telecoms.
She founded her first company, Wondermento, with the intent on instilling wonder by connecting women to things they love through hardware and dog data. Her debut product, WonderWoof, made Oprah's Favorite Things list and launched at Story, Bloomingdales, Harrods, Petco, Best Buy, Urban Outfitters and more. Betsy is now the Co-CEO & Co-Founder of Tiny Organics. She leads the technology and physical product teams at Tiny, along with the hiring, fundraising and manufacturing efforts.