Impossible Foods aims to replace animals in the food system by 2035 by making delicious, affordable meat and dairy products from plants. To date, Dr. Pat Brown, AB ’76, PhD ’80, MD ’82, CEO and founder of Impossible Foods, has raised $1.3 billion to scale toward his goal of transforming the global food system, leaning into a market-based approach to create a worldwide movement. On Friday, May 15, join EPIC as we co-host an online event with Dr. Brown, who will be joined by Sanjog Misra, Charles H. Kellstadt professor of marketing at Chicago Booth, to discuss Dr. Brown’s personal journey from academia to entrepreneurship to worldwide impact. The event is hosted by the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and co-hosted by EPIC.
Past Around Campus•May 15, 2020
Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation: Impossible Foods: Scaling Up for a Sustainable Future