THRIVE GLOBAL INITIATIVE
The THRIVE Global initiative recognizes & promotes key early & late stage startup innovators that positively impact different regions of the world.
The THRIVE Global Initiative, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S Department of State will catalyze and accelerate the transformations needed in the entire food value chain aiming to solve some of the critical challenges facing the global agriculture industry. Through a series of international pitch challenges we will address the key initiatives highlighted by the USDA & the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).
Our Biggest Purpose
The initiative aims to enable the needed transformations in the entire food value chain leading to growth and resulting in better lives and a better environment.
Global Initiative Goals
Our key goals are to identify, promote, accelerate, and invest in innovative solutions from early-stage and later-stage startups around the globe that can create new and alternative paths for a more efficient and sustainable global food system.
These international pitch challenges will amplify and focus efforts to identify, promote, accelerate, and invest in innovative early-stage startup solutions that are creating new and alternative paths for a more efficient and sustainable global food system.
Headline Partner is looking to be the key sponsor and supporter of the Challenge, spotlighting early-stage startups that solve local or global agrifood challenges, while getting visibility from the global innovation ecosystem.
Challenge Partner is looking to support the regional challenge, highlight the best start-ups in the region, and collaborate with key innovation leaders in the agrifood space.
Startup Partner is interested in supporting the challenge winner while getting visibility in the region and globally, through our community of over 18k startups, scale-ups, corporations, and investors in agrifood tech.
A Co-Marketing Partner has an extensive network of agrifood innovators in the region and is interested in getting visibility within our community of over 18k startups, scale-ups, corporations, and investors in agrifood tech, while supporting the communication of the Challenge.