Have your beer and eat it too. Find out about food upcycling and how it helps food & beverage manufacturers can eliminate food waste and feed the world.
Too Good To Waste
Sue Marshall has spent to majority of her professional career as an entrepreneur and currently the founder and CEO of NETZRO, SBC. NETZRO is a benefit corporation that provides integrated solutions to enhance the food supply chain by transforming unused food byproducts and reharvesting nutrients into new upcycled food ingredients. Sue has entered NETZRO into numerous entrepreneurial contests, accelerators and incubators. She uses her proud range of business experience and education to assist other entrepreneurs with start-ups that desire a focus on socially responsible business models and funding. Sue holds a B.S. in marketing from St. Cloud State University and a Masters degree from University of St. Thomas. She proudly lives and works in Minneapolis, MN—claiming more beach front than its neighboring twin, St. Paul. Sue is partnering with Mother Nature to correct the mistakes of her generation and generations past. She spends her days collaborating with others that share her passion for economic & environmental justice & sustainability while creating socially responsible initiatives. She spends her free time traveling the world in dedication to her role as a world-class mother and wife.
Garrick is a physicist and entrepreneur who's managed technology development and production for nearly three decades in early-stage ventures and mature, global enterprises. He leads development of NETZRO SBC's equipment platform and production operations to catalyze the burgeoning food-waste upcycling industry. He founded Physical Systems Inc to accelerate development of clean technology and the advancement of sustainable and equitable commerce. He advises several renewable energy and technology entrepreneurs, and serves as the Midwest Regional Ambassador for Cleantech Open, a leading accelerator for clean technology startups. Garrick earned his B.S. in Physics and PhD in Experimental Particle Physics from the University of Minnesota, and a certification in Strategic Leadership and General Management from Harvard Business School.