Transform global food & health with the $1M Global Food & Health Innovation Challenge

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Solutions to global food security and health challenges will take many forms: smart public policy, international development projects, infrastructure enhancements, disruptive new technologies, and more.

To spur and support new ideas, the Global Food & Health Innovation (GFHI) Challenge will award up to $1 million to food and/or healthcare innovators and entrepreneurs from around the world with breakthrough prototypes, technologies or early-stage ventures with the potential to transform health and food as scalable business enterprises.

Get more information and apply online at

The Global Food & Health Innovation (GFHI) Challenge is an action initiative of the Global South Summit and funded by TNInvestCo, Venture, Private Equity Funds, and Angel Investors. The GFHI Challenge is being managed and administered by the Nashville Entrepreneur Center.

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