Brian Rudolph

  • Current company Banza
  • Location Detroit
  • Industry Food & Beverage

Brian Rudolph is on a mission to make nutritious food more accessible. At the age of 23, Brian co-founded Banza along with his brother Scott. Banza makes staple foods better by using more nutritious ingredients. Their first product is a high protein, lower carb pasta made from chickpeas. Since its launch in 2014, Banza’s pasta has entered over 4,000 retail stores, was named by TIME Magazine as one of the Top 25 Inventions of 2015, won over $600,000 in awards from pitch competitions, and has been featured on The TODAY show, NYT Food, and CNBC’s Restaurant Startup. Mr. Rudolph was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Michigan State University and is a member of the 2016 Forbes 30 under 30 list. Brian received his BBA from Emory University and is an alumnus of the Venture for America fellowship.

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[caption id="attachment_36005" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Banza co-founders with Endeavor Detroit staff members[/caption] Endeavor Entrepreneur Brian Rudolph, co-founder of the

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