World's largest alternative protein expert network launched
Bright Green Partners has announced the launch of the ‘Alternative Protein Expert Network,’ an initiative designed to fortify the plant-based-, fermentation- and cultivated-protein sectors.
This new service grants access to over 2,000 global experts within Bright Green Partners’ (BGP) network, transforming how stakeholders navigate the rapidly evolving alt-protein landscape.
In a statement, BGP said: “In light of recent challenges facing our industry, from widespread disinformation to inflationary pressures, there has never been a more critical time for clarity and guidance”.
Geza Molnar, head of expert network at BGP, commented: "The primary value we offer to our clients, in contrast to generic expert networks, is clarity and in-depth insights. Drawing upon several years of dedicated support to leading organisations in the industry, we understand the challenges within the plant-based, cultivated and fermentation sectors. That’s why, alongside our more comprehensive strategy consulting services, we now offer the expert network service as a results-driven and cost-effective solution for the industry.”
Navigating industry challenges with specialised expertise
At BGP the coordination of inquiries is managed by specialised management consultants with extensive experience in the alternative protein industry, enabling the team to efficiently pinpoint the precise needs and connect customers with the right specialists.
BGP is poised to meet a variety of requirements, including:
Simplified solutions for early-stage investors – early-stage investors are aiming for simpler solutions while also seeking a deeper understanding of the industry.
Balancing comprehensive consulting with in-house efforts for large corporations – large food and biotech companies are striking a balance between comprehensive consulting projects and their in-house efforts.
Guidance for major consulting firms – major consulting firms have heightened their commitment to helping their clients navigate the complexities of the industry.
Drawing from its large and diverse network of rapid-response expertise, BGP says it is able to deliver budget-friendly, targeted and actionable solutions to the challenges encountered by the alt-protein sector.
Moreover, BGP's new service also provides freelance work opportunities to alt-protein experts, fostering growth and collaboration within the industry.
BGP aims to expand its expert network beyond its current 2,000 members in the coming years.