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FoodTech Tasmania



An accelerator designed to empower Food & AgriTech startups

Connecting visionary Founders with conscious global corporations, their corporate leaders, as well as experienced mentors and impact investors. Our goal is to take “making impact” to the next level. We aim to support your business to develop and produce more sustainable products.

Applications close on: 
June 14, 2024
14 June 2024
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Digital Acceleration

An intense 3-month accelerator designed to enable growth at speed.


Initial investment per startup and access to a global network of investors, VCs and Angels.


Carefully selected mentors with industry-specific knowledge, who provide hands-on support and valuable introductions.


More than €500K+ in exclusive partner deals from leading technology providers such as Amazon, HubSpot, SendGrid, and others.

About the

FoodTech Tasmania


Our FoodTech accelerator looks toward a better tomorrow that brings innovation and passion. This opportunity strives to transform the Food & AgriTech sector through an innovative startup engagement process. 


Accelerator timeline

Application Open

2 April 2024

Applications for our accelerator are open!

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Application Close

14 June 2024

We will start reviewing and shortlisting potential candidates.

Selection days

15 - 18 July 2024

The startups will pitch in front of an audience of Investors, Mentors, Corporate Leaders, Partners and the SBC team

Startups Announcement

23 July 2024

On the last day of Selection Days we announce the 10 startups selected, which will take part in the accelerator.

Accelerator Kick-off

26 August 2024

It’s time! We officially kick-off the accelerator.

Impact Day

14 Nov 2024

At the end of the accelerator we celebrate with Impact Day! The founders will showcase their progress and solutions in our signature event.


Reducing the risk in startup investment

Startupbootcamp is investing in 100.000 of the most promising startups and scaleups from around the world that focus on creating a more sustainable planet.

The Startupbootcamp Fundraising Process is aligned with the highest levels of regulation and protection, thanks to our partnership with NxChange.

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About the cohorts of

FoodTech Tasmania


Startups have completed an SBC accelerator


Alumni are still active


alumni have received funding


Average funding by our alumni.

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FoodTech Tasmania

Circular Economy

Fermentation Tech

Functional Food & Ingredient Tech

Food, Aqua & AgriTech

Processing, Labour & Supply Chain


Key players

Anna Barlow
Food Innovation Partner - Startupbootcamp Australia

Anna is a passionate foodie, corporate innovation leader, startup mentor and scientist that has over 15 years experience working in global and Asia Pacific R&D and innovation leadership roles for multinational food companies such as JDE Coffee, Mondelez International, Kraft Foods and most recently held the role of Chief Science & Innovation Officer for Asahi Beverages. Anna leads the Food Innovation vertical for Startupbootcamp Australia, overseeing both the corporate innovation and startup programs.

Tom Woolley
FoodTech Tasmania Managing Director - Startupbootcamp Australia

Tom is a food executive, start-up mentor, strategic advisor and experienced growth investor. He has a passion for guiding innovative early stage businesses through their growing pains and supporting founder development as they grow with their companies. When not at work you will find him walking in the wilderness or enjoying the gastronomic delights of Tasmania. Tom is looking forward to welcoming the FoodTech Tasmania 2024 cohort to his home state of Tasmania.

Hinon Chang
Program Coordinator - Startupbootcamp Australia

Hinon brings a wealth of experience across operations, research, business development, and marketing from various startup roles. With an entrepreneurial mindset, he closely collaborates with startup founders to deliver programs aimed at accelerating disruptive innovations. As a program coordinator at Startupbootcamp, Hinon plays a pivotal role in supporting and guiding startups through their journey of growth and success.

1st Meeting
Scouting Team
The first Introductory call is to understand more about your business, your proposition, and your fit with our focus areas.
2nd Meeting
Program Director
During this meet we discuss your goals, what you wish to get out of the accelerator, how your company would benefit from the collaboration, and your fit with our network.
Due Diligence
At this stage we run a ‘light’ due diligence process to understand your current stage concerning tech, infrastructure, finance, market, and team. 
Selection Week
In this event, you will pitch and meet our stakeholders. Based on ratings from the multiple jury rooms, we will select the companies joining the accelerator.
Program Kick-Off!
Welcome to Startupbootcamp’s accelerator!

Accelerator Alumni