A Clubhouse guide for the FoodTech industry 📱

A Clubhouse guide for the FoodTech industry 📱

By
Arman Anatürk
January 23, 2021

Over the past few weeks, Clubhouse has taken the social media world by storm and the foodtech world is catching on.

Here's our quick take on it:

  • What: An invite-only, voice-based 🎤 social media app.
  • Why it works 🤷‍♂️ "In short, it's podcasting meets social network" said Michael Wolf of The Spoon.
    Anyone can start a room, grow a following, and get discovered on the "hot" platform of today (except for android users, sorry). It's been described as the most real social media apps out there. Plus, there's celebs.
  • CPG people to follow 🍫 here's a handy list
  • Foodtech people to follow 👀 Ryan Bethencourt, Riana Lynn, Michal Klar, Matt Newberg, Michael Wolf, Elise Bernal, Corey Manicone, Jenny Stojkovic, Bruce Friedrich, Dan Altschuler Malek, Daniel Skaven Ruben, Michelle Egger, Daniel Scharff, Me. Discover more here
  • Clubs to follow 👋 Food Tech Revolution, Plant-Based, Future of Food, Club CPG, Startup CPG, Food Tech Live, Impact Investing Club.
  • My take 🤔 Lot's of noise. Pockets of greatness. Call me old school, I still prefer podcasts + LinkedIn.

    What I like:
    - You can easily jump in and out of chats discovering a wide range of topics and experts.
    - A lot of foodtech /CPG people are on there so nice way to catch up.
    - There are always some high quality discussions going on.
    - It’s a great way to meet new people.
    - As it’s currently the place to be, it’s a good place for brands to get discovered and people to position themselves as ‘thought leaders’.

    What I don’t like
    - Some chats are just not that good.
    - I prefer the polished content of podcasts, videos, etc.
    - You can lose a lot of time on there. It’s addictive.
    - There’s almost a pressure to be on there now, when you really don’t need to be.

The Clubhouse FoodTech List

View the list of foodtech founders, investors, and insiders on Clubhouse

Add yourself to the list to get discovered

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Over the past few weeks, Clubhouse has taken the social media world by storm and the foodtech world is catching on.

Here's our quick take on it:

  • What: An invite-only, voice-based 🎤 social media app.
  • Why it works 🤷‍♂️ "In short, it's podcasting meets social network" said Michael Wolf of The Spoon.
    Anyone can start a room, grow a following, and get discovered on the "hot" platform of today (except for android users, sorry). It's been described as the most real social media apps out there. Plus, there's celebs.
  • CPG people to follow 🍫 here's a handy list
  • Foodtech people to follow 👀 Ryan Bethencourt, Riana Lynn, Michal Klar, Matt Newberg, Michael Wolf, Elise Bernal, Corey Manicone, Jenny Stojkovic, Bruce Friedrich, Dan Altschuler Malek, Daniel Skaven Ruben, Michelle Egger, Daniel Scharff, Me. Discover more here
  • Clubs to follow 👋 Food Tech Revolution, Plant-Based, Future of Food, Club CPG, Startup CPG, Food Tech Live, Impact Investing Club.
  • My take 🤔 Lot's of noise. Pockets of greatness. Call me old school, I still prefer podcasts + LinkedIn.

    What I like:
    - You can easily jump in and out of chats discovering a wide range of topics and experts.
    - A lot of foodtech /CPG people are on there so nice way to catch up.
    - There are always some high quality discussions going on.
    - It’s a great way to meet new people.
    - As it’s currently the place to be, it’s a good place for brands to get discovered and people to position themselves as ‘thought leaders’.

    What I don’t like
    - Some chats are just not that good.
    - I prefer the polished content of podcasts, videos, etc.
    - You can lose a lot of time on there. It’s addictive.
    - There’s almost a pressure to be on there now, when you really don’t need to be.

The Clubhouse FoodTech List

View the list of foodtech founders, investors, and insiders on Clubhouse

Add yourself to the list to get discovered

Over the past few weeks, Clubhouse has taken the social media world by storm and the foodtech world is catching on.

Here's our quick take on it:

  • What: An invite-only, voice-based 🎤 social media app.
  • Why it works 🤷‍♂️ "In short, it's podcasting meets social network" said Michael Wolf of The Spoon.
    Anyone can start a room, grow a following, and get discovered on the "hot" platform of today (except for android users, sorry). It's been described as the most real social media apps out there. Plus, there's celebs.
  • CPG people to follow 🍫 here's a handy list
  • Foodtech people to follow 👀 Ryan Bethencourt, Riana Lynn, Michal Klar, Matt Newberg, Michael Wolf, Elise Bernal, Corey Manicone, Jenny Stojkovic, Bruce Friedrich, Dan Altschuler Malek, Daniel Skaven Ruben, Michelle Egger, Daniel Scharff, Me. Discover more here
  • Clubs to follow 👋 Food Tech Revolution, Plant-Based, Future of Food, Club CPG, Startup CPG, Food Tech Live, Impact Investing Club.
  • My take 🤔 Lot's of noise. Pockets of greatness. Call me old school, I still prefer podcasts + LinkedIn.

    What I like:
    - You can easily jump in and out of chats discovering a wide range of topics and experts.
    - A lot of foodtech /CPG people are on there so nice way to catch up.
    - There are always some high quality discussions going on.
    - It’s a great way to meet new people.
    - As it’s currently the place to be, it’s a good place for brands to get discovered and people to position themselves as ‘thought leaders’.

    What I don’t like
    - Some chats are just not that good.
    - I prefer the polished content of podcasts, videos, etc.
    - You can lose a lot of time on there. It’s addictive.
    - There’s almost a pressure to be on there now, when you really don’t need to be.

The Clubhouse FoodTech List

View the list of foodtech founders, investors, and insiders on Clubhouse

Add yourself to the list to get discovered

Over the past few weeks, Clubhouse has taken the social media world by storm and the foodtech world is catching on.

Here's our quick take on it:

  • What: An invite-only, voice-based 🎤 social media app.
  • Why it works 🤷‍♂️ "In short, it's podcasting meets social network" said Michael Wolf of The Spoon.
    Anyone can start a room, grow a following, and get discovered on the "hot" platform of today (except for android users, sorry). It's been described as the most real social media apps out there. Plus, there's celebs.
  • CPG people to follow 🍫 here's a handy list
  • Foodtech people to follow 👀 Ryan Bethencourt, Riana Lynn, Michal Klar, Matt Newberg, Michael Wolf, Elise Bernal, Corey Manicone, Jenny Stojkovic, Bruce Friedrich, Dan Altschuler Malek, Daniel Skaven Ruben, Michelle Egger, Daniel Scharff, Me. Discover more here
  • Clubs to follow 👋 Food Tech Revolution, Plant-Based, Future of Food, Club CPG, Startup CPG, Food Tech Live, Impact Investing Club.
  • My take 🤔 Lot's of noise. Pockets of greatness. Call me old school, I still prefer podcasts + LinkedIn.

    What I like:
    - You can easily jump in and out of chats discovering a wide range of topics and experts.
    - A lot of foodtech /CPG people are on there so nice way to catch up.
    - There are always some high quality discussions going on.
    - It’s a great way to meet new people.
    - As it’s currently the place to be, it’s a good place for brands to get discovered and people to position themselves as ‘thought leaders’.

    What I don’t like
    - Some chats are just not that good.
    - I prefer the polished content of podcasts, videos, etc.
    - You can lose a lot of time on there. It’s addictive.
    - There’s almost a pressure to be on there now, when you really don’t need to be.

The Clubhouse FoodTech List

View the list of foodtech founders, investors, and insiders on Clubhouse

Add yourself to the list to get discovered

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