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Seed VC | Alive

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Last Raised

$2.4M | 3 yrs ago

About Lumachain

Lumachain offers a supply chain platform that tracks and traces the origin, location and condition of individual food items in real-time, from farm to fork. This incentivizes farmers and manufacturers to create high-quality, ethically-produced products, and allows enterprises to reduce waste, increase efficiency, and grow revenues and margins.

Lumachain Headquarters Location

Tank Stream Labs, Level 4, 17 Bridge St

Sydney, New South Wales, 2000,


ESPs containing Lumachain

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Consumer & Retail / Food & Grocery Tech

Food traceability companies compile and analyze real-time data across the shipping journey in order to provide end-to-end shipment visibility. This market includes platforms that connect players across the supply chain to enable inventory tracking and workflow automation, many of these vendors utilize blockchain technology.

Lumachain named as Outperformer among 12 other companies, including FoodLogiQ, Provenance, and Decapolis.

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Expert Collections containing Lumachain

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Lumachain is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Agriculture Technology (Agtech).


Agriculture Technology (Agtech)

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Companies that are using technology to make farms more efficient.


Supply Chain & Logistics Tech

3,363 items

Companies offering technology-driven solutions that serve the supply chain & logistics space (e.g. shipping, inventory mgmt, last mile, trucking).


Grocery Retail Tech

638 items

Startups providing B2B solutions to grocery businesses to improve their store and omni-channel performance. Includes customer analytics platforms, in-store robots, predictive inventory management systems, online enablement for grocers and consumables retailers, and more.

Latest Lumachain News

Cloud 100 Rising Stars 2022: Meet The Newest Cohort Of Cloud Innovators

Aug 9, 2022

Benepass E very year the Forbes Cloud 100 Rising Stars list highlights the top 20 cloud startups that promise to be listed among the best private cloud companies in the future. This year’s list spots a number of startups looking to handle one of the most expensive tasks for most businesses: managing employees. Benepass, for instance, is helping companies offer their employees flexible and customizable benefits. CEO and co-founder Jaclyn Chen believes this is even more crucial today, where rising inflation, hiring freezes, and the Supreme Court’s reversal on abortion rights could all impact an employee. “We are working with a number of companies that are providing support for travel out of state to seek medical care that may not be available in the state in which the employee lives. It's called a healthcare travel benefit,” Chen says. Sargun Kaur, CEO of Byteboard, is helping ease the pressures on job candidates even before they get hired. After starting engineering roles at Google, Kaur and Byteboard cofounder Nicole Hardson Hurley realized that the coding prompts for the company’s grueling technical interview process were far from the tasks they were required to do on the job. The duo departed from Google four years ago to redesign the coding interview process for engineering roles with project-based prompts, human reviewers, and structured rubrics that would more closely mimic an engineer’s day-to-day. Byteboard has since gained traction from firms like Lyft and Figma. Kaur, 29, says that even as hiring freezes take over the tech industry, there are a few companies still hiring engineers. “Companies that are hiring are being smarter about how they hire,” she says. “They have less room to make mistakes and draw out the interview process.” Nicole Hardson-Hurley (left) cofounder and CPTO and Sargun Kaur (right) cofounder and CEO used to work together at Google before deciding to leave and start Byteboard, a coding interview platform. Byteboard Other startups are looking at managing and paying employees in specific fields. At Seso, Stanford graduate Michael Guirguis is automating the recruiting, managing, and compliance processes for U.S. farmers who hire migrant workers. Canada-based Trolley has built a payout platform and API to assist businesses in paying workers such as creators, artists and vendors across 200 countries. Jordan Taylor and Michael Guirguis Seso In 2019, Siobhan Savage, one of six women CEOs on the Rising Stars list, launched AI-backed hiring and workforce intelligence platform Reejig. The company’s mission, according to its website, is to make sure “zero potential is wasted” by providing technology to “automatically nudge people with hyper-personalized messages about career opportunities,” and identify employees within a company who are fit for a role. Three-time entrepreneur Amir Ashkenazi is on the list with Switchboard, a cloud-based tool that helps remote and hybrid teams work with all their applications in one place. Jamilla Gordon Lumachain Other listees are selling cutting-edge technologies to improve other areas of business. Jamila Gordon, a Somali Australian entrepreneur, founded Lumachain in 2018 to improve traceability and transparency in the global food supply chain with the use of computer vision. Palo Alto-based Vannevar Labs is bringing software and language processing technology to the national security agencies in the U.S. While most companies are situated on the East and West coasts of the U.S., a handful of listees are spread across the globe: Berlin, Sydney, and Canada. These companies, all of which have raised $25 million or less in total funding, were assessed based on various criteria such as financials, growth, marketing, leadership, and culture. The list is produced in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures. Rising Star graduates from previous years now hold top places on this year’s Cloud 100 list: Canva (No.3), Figma (No. 5), Gong (No. 14), and—the latest Rising Star added—Dbt Labs (No. 79). ​​Read the full list of Rising Stars below. For the rest of the Cloud 100 package, see here.

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  • When was Lumachain founded?

    Lumachain was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Lumachain's headquarters?

    Lumachain's headquarters is located at Tank Stream Labs, Level 4, 17 Bridge St, Sydney.

  • What is Lumachain's latest funding round?

    Lumachain's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did Lumachain raise?

    Lumachain raised a total of $2.4M.

  • Who are the investors of Lumachain?

    Investors of Lumachain include Main Sequence Ventures.

  • Who are Lumachain's competitors?

    Competitors of Lumachain include ArrowStream, Connecting Food, Provenance, Jingliantong, Decapolis and 10 more.

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