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If any of my connections are interested in carbon sequestration, bio-fertilizers or farming robotics then I urge you to listen to my colleague Robert Appleby's live interview for Future Food Finance next Wednesday.
Coronavirus update #1 In recent days we have been talking to most of our clients to make sure everyone is healthy and have everything they need to go through this challenging period. To my surprise, a topic that comes up again and again from users of the Viridix (i-dripper) system is that today, growers perceive the system (and other cutting-edge technologies) as helping them through these times. Precisely when there is a shortage of manpower and with the start of the irrigation season, the ability to receive information and remote control of the irrigation system gives the grower an advantage and allows to continue to treat crops properly. Companies developing agricultural technologies that allow farmers to work better even during the Corona crisis - Share your technology with us and we will share it with our customers #Togetherwestand #irrigation #growers #farmers #agtech #coronavirus Gili Elkin Mor Yegerman Arik Shitrit Ben Dekel Michal Avramov-Shalom Yulia Pintchuck Yonatan Gelman
The Evolution of Farming! Join FarmWise co-founder and CEO, Sébastien Boyer and I for a conversation on robotic agriculture, my pet pig, & the future of farming. Watch here: farmwise.cainon.com Castor Ventures | Alumni Ventures Group
Name: Cainon Coates
Firm: AVG Women's Fund
Location: New York
Cainon has 10+ years’ experience in finance, venture capital, and entrepreneurship, having worked at Boston Consulting Group and PBM Capital Group as well as serving on the founding team of five startups.