Kim Bryden, CEO of Cureate, is an accomplished strategic business development professional with expertise in marketing, merchandising, and operations focusing on the food & beverage industry. Kim has consulted for over 250 small businesses on growth strategy, building out diversified revenue streams, and identifying new market opportunities. In addition to her commitment to small business growth at-large, Kim’s expertise has led her to develop multi-sector, public-private partnerships across industries such as governmental agencies, food tech start-ups, and Top Fortune 500 retailers and foodservice operators.
Kim is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, a member of the Sandbox Network, a director on the Board of the Land Betterment Corporation, and a board advisor to Fair Farms Maryland. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Digital Media Management and Analytics from Georgetown University and a BA in Public Communication & Spanish from American University.
Venture: Cureate shifts the dollar back into local communities by building an empowered supply to meet changing consumer demand. Cureate accomplishes this mission through procurement, entrepreneurship education, and reimagining the retail experience. Cureate’s focus is on the food & beverage industry, which deeply touches all lives, and where there is an immediate need to change how we do business.