Entrepreneur in Residence, Cultivo
Doug Moore serves as Entrepreneur in Residence for the Cultivo Virtual Academy, an interactive program that is offered by America’s Cultivation Corridor for international agricultural startups and entrepreneurs entering the U.S. market.
Doug is an Iowa transplant originally from Erie, Pennsylvania. In 1993, Doug founded EuroSource LLC to market a device he co-developed for the manufacture of composite wood products, the CasTalon blending tool. In the 25+ years, Doug has operated EuroSource, he has been able to travel extensively throughout the world in support of that product and its successors. Doug and his wife, Amy, relocated to Iowa from Chicago in 2006.
Doug served as President of Ames Seed Capital, Iowa’s oldest community-based venture fund. He is also active in Iowa’s biofuel industry, having served on the Lincolnway Energy Board of Directors. He served recently on the Story County Planning and Zoning Commission and is a current Franklin Township Trustee.
Doug is a serial entrepreneur, having founded several businesses, as well as mentoring startups. He is a frequent guest lecturer at Iowa State’s College of Business on distressed assets and liquidation. Doug, Amy, their 2 children, and 2 large dogs live in Ames.
Learn more about Doug here.
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