Team Where's My Food

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Our Team

Our Mission

Team 'Where's my food' truly believes that the only time "Where's my food?" is an acceptable question is while waiting at the table in a restaurant, at home or anyplace else, knowing that there is plenty of it and, not while someone is worried whether there will be a next meal at all.

Our Background

Living in one of the most densely populated nations in the world, with over 3000 people in a square people, has its perks. Firstly, we are a tight knit group (pun intended)! The problems at hand are right there in front of our eyes but ironically, there are not enough people to take up the mantle and lead the charge; in part, because people have taken these issues for granted. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Bangladesh has taken enormous strides in accomplishing its objectives regarding food security. Resilience, in the face of hurdles, is what characterizes our nation and us, as a team. Team "Where's my food?" is the story of four friends, from a business school in Bangladesh, who hold a grudge against this vile creature known as 'food crisis'. The four of us have traveled throughout this wonderful country together, experienced the lives of people from different walks of life and that, makes us uniquely qualified, as a team, to see the bigger picture. This competition is a brilliant avenue to share our ideas and beliefs with like minded people. More importantly, we are even more fascinated by what ideas people from all across the globe have to offer. If we can learn something valuable from this competition that, in addition to sharing our idea, would help to alleviate 'food crisis' in our nation as well, win or lose, we have no regrets. At the end of the day, food is for all.

Our Team

Our Mission

Team 'Where's my food' truly believes that the only time "Where's my food?" is an acceptable question is while waiting at the table in a restaurant, at home ...Read More

Our Background

Living in one of the most densely populated nations in the world, with over 3000 people in a square people, has its perks. Firstly, we are a tight ...Read More

The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.