How One Founder Raised $60 Million Using Crowdfunding

By Nathan Beckord

Mike Bell wants restaurants to flip the script on how they flip fries. His company, Miso Robotics, designs and builds robots and AI solutions to prepare food in restaurant chains. As CEO, Mike is finding ways to get Miso’s most popular robot, Flippy, onto cooking lines worldwide.

Flippy is “an overhead robot on a rail that installs over a fry station and takes over all frying operations for quick-serve restaurants,” Mike explains.

Miso anticipated an impending labor shortage long before the pandemic, particularly in the fast food industry. Now, the company’s solutions are well-suited for a full-fledged labor crisis. Thankfully for Mike, that’s

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