Matching capital with breakthrough science
TechAccel advances solutions to tackle global food and environmental challenges.
COLLABORATION IS THE ENGINE OF SUCCESS™
TechAccel is unique – a hybrid bringing equity capital plus R&D. We bridge the innovation gap between discovery and commercialization in agriculture and animal health. See how our partnerships drive success.
To increase food production and quality to enhance human health through technology innovation.
We use breakthrough science to accelerate sustainable innovations to market in agriculture, animal health and food technology.
FOUNDED IN 2014
TechAccel was launched as a first-of-its-kind Technology & Venture Development Organization (VDO) focused on deploying capital and research expertise, advancing Agriculture, Animal Health and Food Technologies.
Managed by a team with extensive industry, science management and commercialization expertise. We have deep industry connections with subject-matter experts, top research universities and go-to-market partners.
Governed by group of dedicated Kansas City investors with proven success in multiple industries.
Three categories of investment assets
TechAccel is proud to be affiliated with these agtech and animal health innovation leaders. Please note: TechAccel does not disclose all investments and assets.
EQUITY +™ SCIENCE ADVANCEMENT
TechAccel makes investments and funds research to advance innovations toward market.
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