About us

We're enabling everyone to create for the web.

OUR MISSION

We have two missions. One for the world, and one for us.

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Expanded to the United States

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Series D fundraising - $500m

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Open Banking enabled

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Donations launched

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First expansions into Australia and Singapore

Trading launched

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Series C fundraising - $250m

Startupos Metal launched

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Series C fundraising - $250m

Launched Startupos Business

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Crypto trading launched

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Series B fundraising - $66m

100,000 personal customers

Series A fundraising - $15m

Founded Uikitos

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LEDERSHIP

We’re dedicated to building a diverse team

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Some of our investors

Ali Watson, MS, RDN

Holly Larson, MS, RD

Holly Larson is a Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Copywriter. Connect with Holly at<em> </em><a href="http://www.hollylarsonwrites.com/">HollyLarsonWrites.com</a><em>​</em>or on Instagram with handle<em> </em><a href="https://www.instagram.com/hollylarsonwrites/">@HollyLarsonWrites</a>.

Kelly de Guzman, MS

Kelly recently graduated with her MS in Nutrition from Bastyr University and is currently a dietetic intern at the University of Northern Colorado. Kelly has an interest in community nutrition and hopes to focus her future career as a dietitian in that area.

Erica Yeh

Erica Yeh, MS, MLA, is originally from Taiwan but grew up in South Africa, where she completed her undergraduate degree in dietetics. During this time, she was struck by the need to integrate all facets of the food system, nutrition and dietetics in order to make a real change. Following her passion for food, she went on to complete a Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts and Master’s in Liberal Arts in Gastronomy at Boston University where she learned that food is the intersection of many different sectors. She recently completed her Master of Science in Agriculture, Food and the Environment with a focus in Health Promotion and Sustainable Food Systems at Tufts University and a Didactic Program in Dietetics at Simmons University. Erica will complete her Dietetic Internship with a focus on sustainable food systems at Montana State University in 2021.

Alyssa Spellman

Alyssa Spellman is a Dietetics student at Kansas State University. Originally from Nebraska, she is interested in sustainable agriculture, public health nutrition, and women's health. She enjoys volunteering at her local food bank and hopes to have a career in Community Dietetics in the future.

Sara Kushner

Sara Kushner is an aspiring registered dietitian, currently working towards her Master of Science in Nutrition at Bastyr University. She is passionate about helping others achieve improved nutrition and she strives to promote positive changes in her local community. Sara is currently serving on the boards of the Greater Seattle Dietetic Association and the Hunger and Environmental Nutrition dietetic practice group. In the future, she hopes to continue her efforts to make the world of nutrition a better place by promoting sustainability among individuals, groups, and the environment.

Juliet Balducci

Juliet is a dietetics student at Kansas State University. She started her journey with a plant-based diet 5 years ago for ethical reasons, however, learning about the nutrition benefits and reduced environmental impact of plant-based diets lead her to pursue dietetics. &nbsp;Juliet is &nbsp;certified in Sports Nutrition and Plant Based Nutrition with a long term goal of becoming a dietitian.

Isaac Emory

With a decade of life cycle assessment (LCA) experience and a lifelong commitment to improving humanity’s relationship with planet Earth, Isaac founded Informed Sustainability Consulting in 2019 to help organizations act on their environmental commitments. Isaac brings deep knowledge of sustainability metrics, broad experience in data analysis and communications, and a foundation of ethics and passion to every project. Isaac is an expert in applying LCA to novel and changing industries. Recent projects in food and energy have allowed him to specialize in agricultural products, including unconventional industries like cellular agriculture (especially “clean meat”), plant-based meat, and second-generation biofuels. His work has been published in scientific journals and covered by major media outlets.

Sydney Burton

Sydney is in her second year of studying dietetics at Kansas State University and is also pursuing a secondary major in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. She is also a student member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and K-State Cross Country and Track Team. Outside of studying and running, you can find her experimenting in the kitchen, thrift shopping, lost somewhere on a bike ride, or reading a good book on the porch. Passionate about food, nature, and health, Sydney hopes to use her education and writing to connect with others and inspire change.

Marbury Jacobs, MS, MPH

Marbury Jacobs, MS, MPH, first learned the basics of farming as an apprentice on organic vegetable and flower farms in Massachusetts and New York. Through those apprenticeships, she became more and more interested in promoting food production in a manner that benefits both the agricultural system and the natural ecosystem of the landscape. That goal led her to dual Masters degrees in Public Health and Agriculture, Food &amp; the Environment from Tufts University. Upon graduation, Marbury joined her partner, Taylor Yowell, to co-manage The Garden Farmacy, their six-acre chemical-free farm outside of Jackson, Mississippi. She loves the long growing season in Mississippi, which affords ample time for innovation and creativity around sustainability in the gardens!

Mimi Refojo

Mimi is a current MS/DPD student at Simmons University in Boston and is a career changer, having spent three years in the technology space in Boston before following her passion for nutrition. Mimi hopes to one day become a Registered Dietitian and is interested in sustainable nutrition and community nutrition. Growing up with a Spanish influence in her household and visiting family in Spain, Mimi learned the power that food has to bring people together and believes in the importance of accessibility to nutritious foods for all. Mimi is especially interested in the role that nutrition can play in fighting climate change, and believes that through small changes in our diet, we can play a large role in bettering our planet.

Fred Carvalho

Fred is a Dietetics student who wants to help people through nutrition and fitness. A nerd at heart, after spending already 4.5 years to get his Masters, he is now studying to become a Registered Dietitian. He enjoys spending time in the river with his girlfriend and friends. If you want to learn more about getting fitter, stronger and healthier, connect with him on <a href="https://nutritionbyfred.com/" target="_blank">Nutritionbyfred.com</a> or on instagram @nutritionbyfred

Jenna Lee, MS, RDN

Jenna Lee is a registered dietitian based in the Seattle area. She received her Master’s in Nutrition from Bastyr University and completed her dietetic internship earlier this year, also at Bastyr. She is currently working as an inpatient clinical dietitian at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue, WA and pursuing a Diabetes Educator certification. Outside of her work, she has a passion for helping others learn about the interconnectedness of nutrition, environmental science and social justice.

Maggie Peeke, RD

Maggie Peeke, RD is a registered dietitian nutritionist in Colorado. After realizing that her passion for nutrition did not align with her career in marketing, she quit her job after six years to pursue a new journey in nutrition and she hasn't looked back since. Maggie is passionate about sports nutrition and gut health, but has provided nutrition education on various topics for a plethora of audiences all over the country. And her background in marketing is not forgotten as she continues to write about proper nutrition, because after all, if her nutrition knowledge is not shared with the masses, then how are we to be healthier, happier humans?

Leah Tarleton, MS, RD

Leah Tarleton, MS, RD is an integrative dietitian and food justice advocate. At the University of New Hampshire, Leah served as Campaign Manager for Slow Food, exploring the inequities in the global food system. During her Master's at Cox College she continued to study the connection between human health and the environment. After working as a clinical nutrition manager in long-term care, Leah left her job to volunteer in the emergency food system, reconnecting to her food justice roots. She joined the Community Alliance for Global Justice' (CAGJ) RiseUp! Summer School Program where she participated in grassroots fundraising efforts and deepened her knowledge of concepts surrounding food justice and food sovereignty. Leah is currently a member of the CAGJ Food Justice Committee and the Hunger and Environmental Dietetic Practice Group where she currently serves on the social media communications team. Additionally, Leah founded Anxiety Nutritionist, and is on a mission to help women from all walks of life use food as medicine to heal by transitioning to a plant-based lifestyle.

Deanna Willard

Deanna is a Dietetics student at Kansas State University in her final year. She previously earned her Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Science at NC State University and has a passion for sustainability and a low-impact lifestyle. She teaches a community learning center course on Plant-based Nutrition and Cooking, and loves developing new healthy recipes in her free time.

Mary Purdy, MS, RDN

Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is an Integrative and Eco-Dietitian, with a Master's Degree from Bastyr University where she is currently adjunct faculty. She has been in clinical practice for over 12 years in both private practice, as clinical supervisor at Bastyr’s Teaching Clinic and with the Wellness Company, Arivale, using a personalized medicine and functional nutrition approach. She has given over 100 nutrition workshops, speaks regularly at health and nutrition conferences and was the keynote speaker at Bastyr University’s Commencement Ceremony 2019. She serves on the boards of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition and Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine which she chaired in 2018. Additionally, she hosts the podcast “The Nutrition Show”, authored the books “Serving the Broccoli Gods" and "The Microbiome Reset Diet", and is a tireless advocate for a sustainable food system that supports our environment and helps to mitigate climate change. Her website is www.marypurdy.co

Amanda Terillo, MS, RD

Amanda Terillo is a Registered Dietitian and Farmer living in Central Virginia. Early in her studies to become an RD she realized the disconnect between agriculture and nutrition. She pursued her passion and received her masters degree in Sustainable Food Systems from Green Mountain College in Vermont. &nbsp;Currently she works on her family farm called Olive Branch Gardens which is a small diversified vegetable and biodynamic farm. In addition Amanda is author of &nbsp; <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Confidence-Improve-Health-Money/dp/1533175721/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1474078047&sr=8-2&keywords=kitchen+confidence" target="_blank"><em>Kitchen Confidence:Improve your Health, Save Money, Waste Less</em></a> which is about creating nutritious meals and reducing food waste at home. She has given several presentations on Environmental Nutrition to varied audiences throughout the years to bring awareness of the role that agriculture plays on in social and environmental health. Connect with Amanda Terillo @OliveBranchGardens.

Lauren Ranley

Lauren Ranley is currently a graduate student at Kansas State University, working towards her Master's degree in Nutrition, Dietetics, and Sensory Sciences. She plans to become a Registered Dietitian with a focus on utilizing food as medicine, ditching diet culture, and promoting sustainability. In her spare time, she enjoys cycling (indoors during the New England winter months), gardening, and visiting local farmer's markets. As a member of the Massachusetts Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (MAND) Public Policy Panel, she wants to help enact change to further sustainability efforts and make nutritious food available to everyone.

Supriya Lal, RDN, MPH Candidate

Growing up an Indo-Can-American household led Supriya to have a profound appreciation for food, as it was often the way her family connected to those around them. This, compounded by the medical background she was exposed to, led her to have an interest in equitable food access, prevention of disease through dietary measures, and community health. Supriya is currently an MPH student at New York University studying exactly that. She is also a Registered Dietitian and is focused on making her mark on those around her through evidenced-based health communication. Connect with Supriya on IG @supriyalalrd.

Ayten Salahi, MS

Ayten Salahi, M.S. is a researcher, food policy advocate, and nutrition educator on a mission to heal people and the planet through food. As the first-generation daughter of Turkish-Cypriot immigrants, Ayten learned at a young age to view food as a tool for healing, compassion, and unity, and she has committed her career to using food as a vehicle for change. Ayten founded the Planetary Health Collective to engage the larger food and nutrition community in the fight against climate change, under the ethos that all individuals have unique skills to contribute to the fight. She completed her Master's at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, where she specialized in Nutrition Interventions: Design, Operation, and Management. She also completed a Didactic Program in Dietetics at Simmons University and will complete her Dietetic Internship at Massachusetts General Hospital in 2021. Ayten has worked with the Tufts Food Aid Quality Review and USAID Office of Food for Peace to co-author report on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of international nutrition assistance research, and has foundational researching training on mind-gut pathologies from the Duke University Medical Center. She is a member of the Hunger and Environmental Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), co-founder of the Friedman Food Policy Action Council, and Founder and CEO of the Planetary Nutritionist. Connect with Ayten on Instagram at @planetary.nutritionist or at www.planetarynutritionist.com.

Breta Alstrom, MS, RDN

Breta Alstrom, MS, RDN is a pediatric integrative dietitian specializing in nutrition therapy and behavior management for kids with neurodevelopmental disorders. &nbsp;Breta aims to create a world where all people and the planet thrives. She completed her Master's at the University of Kansas Medical Center with an emphasis in Integrative and Functional Medicine, a traineeship in Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND), and nutrition literacy research. Breta has worked with various food security initiatives in the Kansas City Metro, spent time as a retail dietitian in rural Missouri, and is now a clinical dietitian at Children's Hospital Colorado. Breta is Public Policy Coordinator for the Kansas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Founder and CEO of Eat with B the RD, LLC, her private practice that serves families of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities. Breta is the host of the Eat with B the RD podcast where she loves connecting her audience with complex topics in an easily digestible way. Connect with Breta on Instagram @eatwithb.rd

Allie Lansman, RDN, LD

Allison (Allie) Lansman, RDN, and MPH candidate at Des Moines University is an intersectional food systems specialist, freelance sustainable nutrition educator, speaker, and content creator. As the owner of Allie Lansman Sustainable Nutrition Writing & Education Services, she partners strictly with brands in the food and agriculture industries that are committed to stimulating systemic, intersectional, and equity-first change in their respective fields. On her social channels, Allie is an avid advocate for elevating the role of dietitians’ in environmental health, sustainable agriculture, and food and climate justice spaces. She is a member of the Hunger and Environmental Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group social media committee with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, DEI liaison for the Iowa Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and contract content manager for the Food + Wellness Equity Collective. Connect and build community with Allie on Instagram @the.sustainable.dietitian or at www.allielansman.com.

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