Future of Food with Andy Chen (ex-Tidal, Weorder, Vectr Ventures) and Carl Tengberg (Foodora)

Spaces Kvadraturen - Tollbugata 8A Oslo, 0152 Oslo
Wed, Mar 21, 2018, 6:00 PM (CET)

About this event


17:30 Doors open - Finger food and mingling

18:00 Welcome

18:10 Fireside chat with Andy Chen

18:55 #MeetAStartup

19:00 Panel discussion with Foodora, Byspire, TooGoodToGo and Weorder (Moderator: Silje Bareksten, Oslo Business Region)

20:00 Mingling 


Andy Chen put Norway on the world startup map in 2015 when Tidal, the competitor of Spotify and Apple Music, was aquired by JayZ. In addition to venture partner and angel investor, he is the CEO of Weorder, helping restaurants increase sales with mobile ordering. Join us on the 21st of March for a fireside chat with Andy and several foodtech startups

Carl Tengberg, Foodora

Carl has successfully led Foodora to grow to more than 600 employees in a few years before going global. Do we really need to say more about the pink bikes with the skilled cyclists who deliver food in good and bad weather? Carl holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management from King's College London, in addition to experience from fund management and the furniture industry.

Silje Andersen, BySpire

Silje is the co-founder and Communications Director of Byspire, a food-tech startup who wants to redefine Norwegian agriculture by merging nature with tech. Silje has 3 years of experience in business client relations at Telenor, and holds a degree in PR & Communication from BI.

Anniken Hoff Quirk, Too Good To Go

With a background in catering and event industry, Anniken has witnessed how much food is thrown. Now she works for Too Good To Go, a platform where restaurants can sell surplus food at a low price. Thanks to Too Good To Go, around 2500 servings of delicious food are saved every day and over 700 restaurant across the country have used the tool to reduce food waste. The food belongs in the stomach, not in the garbage.

Silje Bareksten, Oslo Business Region.

Silje has in recent years worked with commercialization of technology and cutting edge research from the science and technology environments at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital. In addition to working with entrepreneurship, collaboration strategies and innovation management in the public sector, Silje has worked at the knowledge transfer group at CERN in Geneva, and spent time in Montreal in Canada doing a post graduate program in space technology studies. She even tried out a few startup ventures that never gave glory or fame, but strength and priceless experience.

#FutureofFood is here!!!



Wednesday, Mar 21
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (CET)


Spaces Kvadraturen
Tollbugata 8A Oslo0152