About Matt Tullman
Matt has started, invested in, and advised companies in the education, personal tech, and health industries. He is now focused on ending preventable diseases through plant-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine. Matt currently serves at the CEO of Alpine Organics and Managing Partner of No Meat Athlete. His ultimate motivation is the “30x30” goal for 30% of the population to be plant-based by 2030.
Before joining the plant-based movement, Matt founded The Digital Education Company, also known as “digedu,” which provided proprietary technologies to K-12 schools. Prior starting digedu, Matt served as founding Managing Director of 7wire Ventures, a Chicago-based firm that starts, incubates, and invests growth-capital in businesses addressing the critical issue-areas of health, education, and energy. During his tenure at 7wire, Matt had the privilege of contributing to the development of a variety of businesses, including SoCore Energy, which was sold to Edison International (NYSE: EIX), and more unique ventures, like Ignite Glass Studios.
Why You Should Listen
Matt Tullman is the CEO of Alpine Organics, a company on a mission to provide every individual who eats plant-based with the knowledge about, and access to, the essential nutrients required to thrive. Their first product, Complement, is a nutrient spray packed with B-12, Vitamin D3, and the omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA.
In this conversation, we get into:
Matt’s background as an entrepreneur.
The major gap in plant-based nutrition and how he turned this into an opportunity through Alpine Organics.
The growing connection between personal health and environmental health.
His mission to provide solutions for people who are trying to live more sustainably but have struggled with going plant-based.
If you are interested in the growing trends in plant-based nutrition and learning more about how Matt turned his personal passion for health into a growing business, listen in!
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