CONSUMER PRODUCT INDUSTRY PRACTICIONERS:

I have an extensive toolset for growing brand awareness, revenue and distribution.
See that in the STARTUP ROADMAP section of my website.

I have an extensive toolset for understanding, strategically positioning for, and tactically operating in web3.
See that in the WEB3 FOR CONSUMER BRANDS section of my website.




This is a Quora question.  My answer is as follows.

AngelList and http://F6s.com have fairly comprehensive lists of startups. Although more heavily weighted towards tech, you will still find CPG’s.

https://www.f6s.com/programs looks like it has a comprehensive list of accelerator programs that startups can apply to. Some funds are CPG focused and you can go to their websites to see individual prospects.

There are probably many local networking groups in cities. An example is http://NaturallyBoulder.com, which is natural product focused in Boulder. CO, with members from the local CPG startup scene. It is harder to find groups like this because they are not listed in any directory that I know of.

I maintain lists of startups through Basecamp InQb8r, an online business intelligence platform for the consumer product marketplace.