The merging of two universities: How one founder found his team halfway across the state.

Tovala founder speaks

For Chicago Booth grad and founder of Maestro, David Rabie, ’15, he knew his idea was a good one from the beginning. “The questions were more in the execution,” he confesses.

And, for a company that aims to become the “Keurig for food,” finding the right way to execute is understandably the most important first step. Like a single-cup coffee maker, Maestro is a smart countertop appliance that uses different fresh-food custom pods to cook entire meals at once.”

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