As food tech entrepreneurs stay vigilant on Amazon’s moves, success is achievable for those who capitalize on the logistics giant’s shortcomings.
At least that’s what Patricia Nakache, a general partner at Trinity Ventures, suggests in a “TechCrunch” article.
Trinity Ventures is an early stage venture capital firm. The company’s portfolio includes brand names like Starbucks, P.F. Changs’s and Jamba Juice.
“We’ve seen food trends come and go. Every so often we come across something more fundamental and lasting than a trend: a seismic shift. Starbucks’ visionary leader Howard Schultz helped create one such shift,” says Nakache referring to how the coffee company taught Americans to appreciate an elevated customer experience and better quality products.
Now, we are experiencing a different kind of seismic shift.Read More