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Welcome to our blog!

Pilot demonstration to brewers and students

Pilot demonstration to brewers and students

On the 22nd March 2019, the Knighthood of the Brewers' Paddle were visiting Jupille’s brewery in Belgium. The teams of LIFE YEAST, LIFE REFRESHMENT and LIFE BEVERAGE were present and used the occasion to organize a pilot demonstration event. 

Networking with city councils of different EU countries

Networking with city councils of different EU countries

On the 05th of March 2019, AB-InBev participated to the Workshop on Circular Economy for Cities at the Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe. This event was organised by TAIEX-EIR Peer 2 Peer and chaired by Andreas Versmann from the DG Environment at the European Commission.

LIFE YEAST @ BioSpain 2018

LIFE YEAST @ BioSpain 2018

On the 25th to 27th September 2018, the 9th International Meeting on Biotechnology BIOSPAIN 2018 was organized in Sevilla (Spain).

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Meet Pure Value, one of the winners of the 100+ Accelerator

Meet Pure Value, one of the winners of the 100+ Accelerator

In 2015, Bram van Schijndel, Geert Marivoet en Sandy Defauw founded a company called Pure Value which provides an alternative and more sustainable display to single-use cardboard displays currently used in supermarkets. Their idea was selected to AB InBev’s first 100+ accelerator cohort, launched October 2018. Much like the other start-ups invited to the program, Pure Value will receive US$100,000 from AB InBev to boost their business in re-usable displays.

 

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Meet Do Eat, one of the first ever start-ups to join AB InBev’s 100+ Accelerator

Meet Do Eat, one of the first ever start-ups to join AB InBev’s 100+ Accelerator

In November 2013, Thibaut Gilquin and Hélène Hoyois set up their own Belgian company, Do Eat. Six years later, they are chosen out of over 600 applicants  to participate in AB InBev’s inaugural 100+Accelerator. A first of its kind, the 100+ Accelerator focuses on sustainable technologies, granting Do Eat US$100,000 in funding to boost their progress in developing  edible packaging for food and beverage.