Establishing Cincinnati as a Food Innovation Hub is a top priority for Good Discovery(s) Repeat Entrepreneur Jeffrey Miller
To give his food innovation startups Last Mile Food Rescue, Fourth Harvest and Epicure Cincinnati the best chance at success, repeat entrepreneur Jeffrey Miller sources a diverse background including consumer packaged goods marketing experience, culinary training and hospitality management. His unifying goals are helping people experiencing food insecurity and reducing the volume of waste being landfilled.
For those who know Miller’s passionate commitment to reducing food waste, it’s no surprise that he’s playing a leading role as a moderator, panelist and programmer at the Good Discovery(s) Festival for civic design (GD) March 26th at Memorial Hall OTR in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Miller, a former People’s Liberty grantee and recipient of a Cincy Green Umbrella ‘Save the Food’ grant,’ says creating a summit to help celebrate the artists and creatives making a positive impact in food was on his ‘to-do’ list. His goal is nothing less than establishing Cincinnati as a food innovation hub.
“South by Southwest has nothing on our food innovation program,” Miller says, laughing. “Well, except for 300,000 people.”
Miller is one of approximately 14 artists, designers and entrepreneurs sharing insights and inspiration across four sessions in the Food Innovation track at GD.
On March 26th, attendees will have the chance to experience a day of workshops, brainstorms, and panels celebrating Miller and his fellow food innovators impacting our communities for good.
You’ll leave GD understanding that Cincinnati is a hub for food innovation. You’ll also leave with new ideas for igniting new benchmarks around ecology, food waste and sustainability related to how you create, live and work.
Join us on March 26, 2019 at Memorial Hall OTR in Cincinnati, Ohio for the Good Discovery(s) civic design festival. Head to gooddiscoverys.com to get details and tickets.