Maarten Bosch

March 11, 2021 Bram van Beek
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Maarten Bosch is at the helm of the Dutch foodtech company Mosa Meat, a company that helps drive the transition from intensive animal agriculture to cellular agriculture. Mosa Meat is widely known for unveiling the world’s first cultured beef burger in 2013. In 2019 Maarten joined the companyto do what he does best, lifting start-ups off the

Maarten Bosch

Maarten Bosch is at the helm of the Dutch foodtech company Mosa Meat, a company that helps drive the transition from intensive animal agriculture to cellular agriculture. Mosa Meat is widely known for unveiling the world’s first cultured beef burger in 2013. In 2019 Maarten joined the companyto do what he does best, lifting start-ups off the ground and make them grow. But at Mosa Meat his excitement is primarily in making a positive impact on climate change, animal welfare, and food shortage.

Maarten brings a strong commercial sense, and extensive managerial experience, having previously led several larger and fast-growing companies in various consumer electronics businesses. Maarten was involved in several start-ups, successfully attracting resources and lifting them off the ground. Before this, Maarten served as CEO at Optelec (now Vispero), which he grew into the world’s leading manufacturer of assistive technologies for the blind and visually impaired. Maarten has a Master’s in Industrial Design Engineering from the Delft University of Technology. He is incredibly excited about the opportunity at Mosa Meat to create an outstanding business, and most importantly to have a huge impact on climate change, food shortage and animal welfare.