Food4Good food-truck project wins Get Started Rhode Island business pitch contest

MAKING HIS PITCH to the panel of judges at the second Get Started Rhode Island business pitch event is eventual winner Julius Searight, whose idea for a socially conscious food truck won him $10,000 in goods and services from Cox Business. Moderating the event was Maria Aspan, senior editor at Inc.com, with judges, from left, Josh Linkner, a venture capitalist, Nick Kishfy, founder of local app developer MojoTech, and social marketing strategiest Ted Rubin. / COURTESY COX BUSINESS
MAKING HIS PITCH to the panel of judges at the second Get Started Rhode Island business pitch event is eventual winner Julius Searight, whose idea for a socially conscious food truck won him $10,000 in goods and services from Cox Business. Moderating the event was Maria Aspan, senior editor at Inc.com, with judges, from left, Josh Linkner, a venture capitalist, Nick Kishfy, founder of local app developer MojoTech, and social marketing strategiest Ted Rubin. / COURTESY COX BUSINESS
EAST PROVIDENCE – Food4Good, a food-truck with a conscience project being developed by a Johnson & Wales University graduate, won the second Get Started Rhode Island business pitch contest, held Wednesday at the Squantum Association in East Providence. Founded by Julius Searight, the concept turns the standard food truck business on its side. The idea…
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