Cox/Inc. pitch contest serves up food marketplace winner

FROM LEFT to right, Ken Kraft, vice president of marketing, Cox Business; Matt Tortora, co-founder and CEO, WhatsGood; and Ross Nelson, vice president of Cox Business Northeast, are seen at the fourth Get Started Rhode Island pitch competition put on by Cox Business and Inc. Magazine Thursday. WhatsGood took home the top prize in the event. / COURTESY COX
FROM LEFT to right, Ken Kraft, vice president of marketing, Cox Business; Matt Tortora, co-founder and CEO, WhatsGood; and Ross Nelson, vice president of Cox Business Northeast, are seen at the fourth Get Started Rhode Island pitch competition put on by Cox Business and Inc. Magazine Thursday. WhatsGood took home the top prize in the event. / COURTESY COX
PROVIDENCE – The winner of the fourth Get Started Rhode Island pitch competition put on by Cox Business and Inc. Magazine believes that information technology can empower food service enterprises, from restaurants to universities, to prepare fresher, sustainable food for their customers. And at the same time, farmers can use the technology to find a…

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