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Entrepreneurial Food and Collective Power

Joi Chevalier knows how to create products that sell. While she was writing a dissertation on technology, pedagogy, and British Literature at the University of Texas, Austin and helping to develop some of the first network-based classrooms in the mid-1990s, she was recruited to work at an Austin-based startup.

2022-06-21T17:32:30+00:00April 24th, 2019|Press|

Forbes: In Austin, Food And Tech Industries Connect To Address Food Insecurity

That one in four households in Austin, Texas are food insecure is well known and well documented. And many residents living east of I-35, in particular, have to drive more than a mile—sometimes more than 10 miles—to reach the nearest supermarket. 

2022-06-21T17:37:10+00:00March 11th, 2019|Press|

Cook’s Nook Founder Joi Chevalier discusses her career, finding the sweet spot between cooking and technology

Joi Chevalier has spent her entire life on the leading edge of innovating and developing ideas for the public. Just like any great product, it starts with an idea, or a vision, or sometimes both. Following her heart and passion, Joi has found the sweet spot between food and technology.

2022-06-21T16:33:43+00:00February 21st, 2019|Press|

City’s First Food Incubator Hub Opens in East Austin

After a career in startups and a not-so-little startup called Dell, Joi Chevalier decided it was time to go to culinary school. She was well-established in the industry but not ready to retire. She grew up in a family where food was a central force and thought that might be a good pivot, but she didn’t want to be a chef.

2022-06-21T17:52:32+00:00May 16th, 2017|Press|
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