These options were picked from firms known to insure their farms and farm produce.
In a world where the Coronavirus pandemic has caused uncertainties in capital markets, agritech startups may have become safer options for investors.
Co-Founder of Plentywaka, Johnny Enagwolor, has revealed that the startup has hit a milestone after completing 100,000 journeys.
Farmcrowdy is officially going into the business of selling meat after acquiring a majority stake in Best Foods.
Farmcrowdy-owned investment platform, Crowdyvest has launched PlentyWaka, its business-style bus riding service in Lagos, competing with OBus and Uber.
Agri fintech startup, Farmcrowdy, today unveiled Farmgate Africa, its commodity aggregator platform.
The money comes as the agri-tech company readies itself for an upcoming Series A fundraising later in the year.
Business Half Hour is a podcast targeted at Startups and Entrepreneurs.
Onyeka Akumah, the Founder and CEO of Farmcrowdy says that Farmcrowdy’s primary mission is to enable everyone participate in the achievement of global food security.
Agriculture constitutes one of the most important sectors of the Nigerian economy, and in terms of employment, it engages an estimated 70 percent of the country’s...