Last week Curion’s CEO, Sean Bisceglia, along with industry experts from RXBAR, S2G Ventures, C.A. Fortune and Mondelez, explored growth capital, the current acquisition space, and the role that the big brand – small brand relationship development plays.
When it comes to adapting to ever-changing consumer preferences, food and beverage companies often exercise one of these options:
1) Change their ingredients in current products to make them healthier, more innovative, or fitting of a new trend or offering
2) Internally develop new products – with all the R&D, marketing, and innovation budgets and time to do so Or,
3) Acquire or merge with a younger company with their finger already on the new product or channel.
The role of acquisitions in the growth of a big brand and a small brand can often be crucial to their long-term success. But, the relationship between those players – and how they wield that capital and their new relationship over time can be even more important.
Join us for a conversation exploring growth capital, the current acquisition space, and the role that the big brand – small brand relationship development plays during our final Founders Series conversation for 2020.!