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Green Innovations is an impact fund that invests in large-scale projects addressing global sustainability challenges, focusing on the agriculture, biotechnology, education, energy, housing and water sectors. It is headed by Angola-based Portuguese businessman Jorge Marques, and linked to Israeli group Mitrelli. Green Innovations took control of Biocant, Portugal’s biggest biotech park, in a privatization move in 2017–2018. Green Innovations's stable of companies includes Green Biotech, created to invest in biotechnology in Portugal, and Green Services Innovations, linked to the exploration of phosphates in Congo.Its recent investments include in the June 2021 $85m Series C round and February 2021 $25m Series B of Portuguese home physiotherapy tech solution SWORD Health, the world’s fastest-growing musculoskeletal solution. 

Green Monday Ventures is the impact investment arm of Green Monday Group founded by longtime Buddhist David Yeung to produce plant-based meat and operate Hong Kong’s first plant-based concept store.Founded in 2012, the Green Monday movement is a social enterprise aimed at promoting sustainable lifestyle concepts like "green food" to address challenges relating to public health, climate change, food security and animal wellbeing. The Hong Kong-based VC was set up in 2013 to focus on investments in alternative protein companies worldwide.

Los Angeles-based Leonard Green & Partners (LGP) is a PE investment firm with over $50bn of assets under management. Since it was founded in 1989, LGP has invested in over 100 companies in the form of traditional buyouts, going-private transactions, recapitalizations, growth equity, and selective public equity and debt positions. 

Green Pine Capital Partners was founded in Shenzhen 1997. The firm has over RMB 16 billion of assets under management. It has invested mainly in biopharmaceuticals, healthcare, new energy, new materials, advanced manufacturing and AI. The company has invested in more than 300 companies, about 60 of which have already gone public or been merged/acquired. Early-stage tech startups account for half of its portfolio.It is headquartered in Shenzhen, with branches in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. 

Green Angel Syndicate (GSA) is an angel investment syndicate fund headquartered in the UK and joined by over 250 members. GSA’s investments are mostly focused on technologies that can tackle climate change and global warming issues. As of December 2020, the firm has, directly and indirectly, contributed to saving more than 20,000 tones of CO2 and increased its emissions savings by 88% throughout the year.The fund has invested over £10m in startups in their early-stage and operating across 10 different sectors. GSA is also behind the EIS Climate Change Fund, a co-investment fund in deals managed by GSA. In 2019, GSA was recognized as the UK Business Angels Association Angel Syndicate of the Year. 

Marc Coloma is the co-founder and CEO of Spanish plant-based meat startup, Foods for Tomorrow, where he has worked since 2017.  Earlier, he spent two years at the local government business promotion organization Barcelona Activa's Entrepreneur's With Ideas training program, where Food for Tomorrow’s business and Heura foods product ideas were conceived. Coloma's background includes stints at a Catalonian animal charity and Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in project work and fundraising respectively, and as COO of a catering company. A committed vegan and environmentalist, Coloma was named on Forbes list of 100 Most Creative People in Business in July 2019.

University of Melbourne graduate Ahmad Gadi worked as an analyst at contract manufacturer Malidas Sterilindo and Kraft Foods in Indonesia before establishing PT Alphanovation Digital Teknindo in 2013. The software consultancy catered to clients from FMCG to aviation industries and also became the launchpad for POS startup Pawoon in 2014.

Founded in Amsterdam in 2011, Rockstart is a global accelerator-VC focusing on sustainability startups across market segments. Rockstart also runs specialist programs like agrifood in Copenhagen, healthcare in the Dutch town of Nijmegen and also in emerging tech in Bogota, Colombia. It specializes in developing business relationships for portfolio startups with global corporates such as Maersk, Shell and the Dutch Ministry of Health. Rockstart has invested in more than 250 startups, valued at €750m in total.Launched in 2019, Rockstart’s €22m agrifood fund secured investment partners including Vaekstfonden’s Green Future Fund and global dairy cooperative Arla Foods. It has invested in 20 food enterprises like Swiss zero-waste supermarket Lyfa and Danish alt-leather startup Beyond Leather Materials in 2021. Rockstart’s energy fund recently invested in the €730,000 pre-seed round of Danish carbon sequestration corporate marketplace, Klimate, in September 2021. Exits include Wercker, iClinic, Brincr and 3D Hubs.

La Famiglia is a Munich-based VC fund founded in 2016, comprising family businesses, tech entrepreneurs, business angels and industry experts led by Jeanette Fürstenberg and Robert Lacher. To date, it has managed one exit, API payroll engine, Rollbox. It has invested in 23 companies, including in OnTruck's Series B round and in the Series A round of CloudNC, Coya, Asana Rebel and FreightHub. Logistics and AI are two principal areas of interest for its investments. 

Orkla ASA is an Oslo-based supplier of branded consumer products to major markets in the Nordic and Baltic regions and Central Europe. Selected product categories are also available in India, known as MTR Foods brand. Popular brands include Felix, Toro, Panda and Abba.Originally founded in 1654, Orkla is one of Norway’s oldest business conglomerates and became public-listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (ORKLY) in 1929. Orkla Foods accounts for 39% of the group’s operating revenues. Two other subsidiaries, Orkla Care and Orkla Food Ingredients generate about 43% of the group’s operating revenues. The Orkla Confectionery & Snacks division contributes about 15%.

Javier de Oca co-founded IOMED Medical Solutions, which facilitates data extraction from electronic health records, which he heads as CEO since 2016. He is also a mentor at the LEILAT Technological Center, a sustainability research institution. Prior to IOMED, de Oca was Area Manager for Africa for Adams Foods and, before that, in product management for Nutrexpa, the makers of Cola Cao.He completed a bachelor’s in Business Administration at Barcelona’s ESADE business school, with work experience in El Salvador during this time.

Based in Singapore, GreenMeadows Accelerator (GMA) is a VC firm that provides incubator and accelerator services. GMA mainly invests in advanced manufacturing, engineering and clean/green-tech sectors. Enterprise Singapore Startup Equity SG is its co-investment partner. 

Established in 2015, Unovis Asset Management is a New York-based investor focussed on the alternative protein sector. It has raised two funds to date, the New Crop Capital Trust and The Alternative Protein Fund. It aims to transform the global food system by investing in solutions that facilitate sustained behavioral change and eliminate the consumption of animal protein products. It partners with entrepreneurs developing innovative plant-based and cultivated replacements to animal products, including meat, seafood, dairy and eggs. It currently has 33 companies in its portfolio and has managed three exits to date including Beyond Meat. Its recent investments include the undisclosed convertible note round of Spanish plant-based meat startup Foods for Tomorrow in May 2020 and in the $28m seed round of US plant-based startup Alpha Foods in February 2020.

Self-styled “professional trash talker” Olivier Pouillon moved from the USA to Bali, Indonesia in 1994, set on a mission to solve the island’s trash problem. In 2011, after years of waste consultancy and NGO work, he founded Bali Recycling, a company that produces upcycled products and promotes “trash-to-cash” programs to locals. (The company has since been renamed KONO Green Living.) In 2014, he and interior designer Febriadi Pratama started an app-based trash collection service, which later became Gringgo.

This wholesale food sourcing app for eateries bypasses the long, expensive and wasteful food supply chain in China to provide cheap and fresh ingredients.

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