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Female Founder. Female Investors.

About this Event

With food prices at an all-time high, many find it surprising that those who produce it, America’s Family-owned Farms, aren’t getting a bigger bite at the apple.

Barn2Door’s female Founder & CEO created the company on the basic premise that Farmers should profit more from the products they produce and be more accessible to Buyers. Barn2Door has built a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that helps Farmers create and promote their own brand, transact with customers online and in-person, and save time managing their business. It is an all-in-one and easy-to-use solution that fuels higher margins and recurring sales for farmers, while connecting buyers with local producers.

Register now to watch our Fireside Chat to hear how Barn2Door, powered by a female founder and investors, is serving 1000 Farms across all 50 states with more than $100M+ in sales going through the platform.

Our panel includes:
  • Janelle Maiocco, Barn2Door Founder & CEO
  • Beth Devin, HearstLab Co-Lead and Barn2Door Investor
  • Kathy Chill, Chill Strategic Advisors Founder & President, and Barn2Door Investor

Hosted by Steven Saltzstein. CEO, Force Family Office

Video On Demand

– Recorded

June 18


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