Hackathon

Submission

By
Joan Leung, Christopher Soh

Food for All – Good Food is Accessible for All

Food for All is a cloud-based solution to improve NGOs transparency, standardisation and efficiency throughout the food supply chain.

Project

Proposal

  • Food for All is a cloud-based solution to improve NGOs transparency, standardisation and efficiency throughout the food supply chain (I came up this idea in Techstars Online Global Startup Weekend Covid-19 competition, it is my new project).
  • There are three urgent problems in the NGOs: 1. Inability to maintain food safety and quality; 2. Failure to track and control inventory in warehouses; 3. Lack of traceability and transparent.
  • We provide 1. Food safety monitoring and testing product at every step of the supply chain; 2. More accurate forecasting to manage supply, demand and inventory; 3. Tracking products from giving to receiving to provide transparency.
Team

Members

Joan Leung

Joan Leung

Christopher Soh

Christopher Soh

Parth Bhalla

Parth Bhalla

Kyungmi Kim

Kyungmi Kim

Solution

Details

What region(s) or state(s) do you currently have operations in?

Greater China

Is there a specific region or state where you plan to focus on for this project?

Greater China

How far developed is your proposal?

I have an idea but it needs to be developed, 6-12 weeks until ready for implementation.

Is there any legal protection for the solution?

No

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