Four of a Kind Podcast

From Investor to Founder: Farther Farms Co-Founder and CEO Mike Annunziata

December 06, 2019 Season 2 Episode 8
Four of a Kind Podcast
From Investor to Founder: Farther Farms Co-Founder and CEO Mike Annunziata
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Four of a Kind Podcast
From Investor to Founder: Farther Farms Co-Founder and CEO Mike Annunziata
Dec 06, 2019 Season 2 Episode 8
Four of a Kind

This week’s episode features an interview with Mike Annunziata, Co-Founder and CEO of Farther Farms.

In this episode, we talk with Mike Annunziata about all things investing and startups.  Mike is the Co-Founder and CEO of Farther Farms, and they are building technologies to improve the way food is made. Before Farther Farms, Mike spent his career on the investing "side of the table".  Mike also continues to do his own investing as well, as he says, paying it forward, and talks about one of the female-founded companies he has invested in, Atolla. 

Tune in to this week's episode to listen to our discussion with Mike and his unique perspective as both a Founder pitching his business, as well as an investor looking to bet on the right business partners. 

Here is the Lines, not Dots article Mike referenced during the episode, as well as some other useful links:

Here’s how you can get in touch with Mike and learn more about his company:

Here’s how you can get in touch with Meg and Sid and learn more about Atolla (Atolla is a female-founded company that Mike is an investor in).

  • @atollaskinlab on Instagram
  • Atolla - Meg and Sid create personalized serum based on a proprietary skin evaluation

Questions or comments? Email us at fourofakindpodcast@gmail.com

Also, don’t forget to hit subscribe and follow us on Instagram for updates! 

Show Notes

This week’s episode features an interview with Mike Annunziata, Co-Founder and CEO of Farther Farms.

In this episode, we talk with Mike Annunziata about all things investing and startups.  Mike is the Co-Founder and CEO of Farther Farms, and they are building technologies to improve the way food is made. Before Farther Farms, Mike spent his career on the investing "side of the table".  Mike also continues to do his own investing as well, as he says, paying it forward, and talks about one of the female-founded companies he has invested in, Atolla. 

Tune in to this week's episode to listen to our discussion with Mike and his unique perspective as both a Founder pitching his business, as well as an investor looking to bet on the right business partners. 

Here is the Lines, not Dots article Mike referenced during the episode, as well as some other useful links:

Here’s how you can get in touch with Mike and learn more about his company:

Here’s how you can get in touch with Meg and Sid and learn more about Atolla (Atolla is a female-founded company that Mike is an investor in).

  • @atollaskinlab on Instagram
  • Atolla - Meg and Sid create personalized serum based on a proprietary skin evaluation

Questions or comments? Email us at fourofakindpodcast@gmail.com

Also, don’t forget to hit subscribe and follow us on Instagram for updates! 

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