Foresight Supply was born out of a need for rapid solutions for critical medical supplies in the wake of the Covid 19 pandemic. In the world’s “new normal” we fill the gaps traditional distributors cannot. And we do it quickly.
Our B2B support model is the next generation of supply, designed to provide scarcity sourcing and ensure that critical goods get in the hands of those who need them most. Working closely with governments, corporations, hospitals, and retailers, we take the worry out of stocking vital goods through superior client service, an expansive sourcing network, and an agile work environment. We want to be your go-to supplier for all your product needs, from everyday essentials to the most hard to get items.
As a serial social entrepreneur, Robyn previously founded two sustainable health and wellness consumer brands and has been featured in The New York Post, New York Magazine, Cool Hunting, The Huffington Post, Men’s Health, Bon Appétit, Goop, GQ, and other media outlets. Robyn is a graduate of Plug & Play, the world’s largest start-up accelerator, of which only 2% of applicants are accepted. Previously, Robyn served as Deputy Director for the Lowline, a high-profile non-profit social enterprise to build the world’s first underground park, using emerging solar technology and equitable public design. She is a graduate of Sustainable Business Strategy from Harvard Business School Online and is a Tribeca Disruptors Fund fellow.
In the two years to follow, Aqueduct, alongside TAC (now Foresight Supply), had total revenue exceeding $100MM, delivering over 10MM covid tests, 650MM nitrile gloves, and 300MM masks to federal/state government, fortune 500 companies, and many other organizations. Before Aqueduct, Michael held roles at Rizk Ventures, a private investment firm, and MISSION, a large consumer goods brand where Michael was one of the first eight employees. Michael graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He continues to invest and build opportunities within emerging markets.