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Kim Perell is an award-winning entrepreneur, investor, and bestselling author who has been an early-stage investor in more than 80 startups, 16 of which were acquired by Fortune 500 companies. She’s been featured on CNBC, Fox Business, MSNBC, and hosted Good Morning America’s Side Hustle Showdown. Perell regularly appears as a judge on Entrepreneur’s Elevator Pitch series.

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Big Idea Ventures, Ashika Group, GFI India team up to launch alternative protein fund and accelerator

Giving a boost to the growing alternative protein sector, global investor Big Idea Ventures (BIV), Kolkata-based financial services firm Ashika Group, and non-profit Good Food Institute India (GFI India) have joined hands to launch India Alternative Protein Fund and Accelerator.

According to the official statement, the BIV-Ashika India Alternative Protein Fund will launch an accelerator in 2021, which will support startups involved in innovative plant-based, fermentation-derived, and cultivated protein industries, with investments and mentorship to help them grow across the Indian and international market.

The alternative protein or ‘smart protein’ sector is soaring globally, with rapidly growing global consumption and billions of dollars in investments in companies such as plant-based meat and egg pioneers Beyond Meat and Eat Just, Inc. GFI India has undertaken research which underscores Indian consumers are primed to eat these foods in line with their global counterparts, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic brings

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