By Sarah Mauet
Tucson startup FoodInRoot, founded by 2011 McGuire Entrepreneurship Program graduate Clayton Kammerer, was selected for the 2016 Spring Thryve ScaleUp accelerator program. The 10-week training and mentorship program was developed through the $1.44 million, five-year contract award from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s ScaleUp America program. Learn more about Thryve.
“I am grateful to be a part of Thryve, and excited to use the program’s knowledge, experience, resources, and network to enhance our business and expand our endeavors,” Kammerer said.
FoodInRoot runs over 10 farmers markets and food-related events in Tucson. Learn more in this series of videos shot during the market on the UA Mall.
Top image by Sarah Mauet.