Rever Attends the Food Safety Road Show in Mexico city
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Mexico City, Mexico- September 9th, 2019
Rever, the comprehensive frontline innovation solution announced today its attendance to the Food Safety Roadshow in Mexico City. This is a forum event organized by COMEISA, a civil society organization whose mission is to develop key strategies to increase competitiveness in Mexico’s agro-food sector.
Food Safety Road Show’s main objective is to provide precise information about the Global Food Safety Initiatives (GFSI) and the global challenges that the food industry faces today to come up with solutions that make food commercialization easier. This year’s key topics are: “ready to eat” trends, sustainability, food waste, international markets and social responsibility.
Some of Rever’s current clients are global companies in the food industry like Grupo Bimbo and MARS. This is a great opportunity for other food companies to discover new solutions and practices. ¡Come and meet us in Mexico city!
Rever is the first comprehensive frontline innovation solution focused on empowering frontline workers to drive innovation and performance improvement. It’s simple-to-use mobile interface enables frontline workers to document, experiment, and implement new ideas, while creating a frontline network for collaboration and sharing of ideas across teams. Rever’s SaaS platform integrates frontline activity into Industry 4.0 transformation.
Purpose-built for companies in the manufacturing industry, Rever enables efficient improvement initiatives and problem-solving from simple quick fixes to complex innovation. Backed by Sequoia Capital and Zetta Venture Partners, Rever is headquartered in San Mateo with a sister offices in Guadalajara and Barcelona. To learn more, please visit us at reverscore.com. Join us on LinkedIn and follow us on Twitter.
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