A venture capital firm that invested in Thrive Agric, says it has put measures in place to ensure the repayment of subscribers.
The CEO of Thrive Agric has stepped down from his position, as an interim replacement has been announced.
AgriTech firms make promises of mouth-watering returns, but what they do not reveal loud enough is just how risky the investment is.
The funds of the individual investors were not covered by the Insurance company, as the investors erroneously believed.
The ongoing drama between Thrive Agric and its investors could carry implications for emerging startups.
Delayed returns on investments has forced investors of Thrive Agric to go on social media rants.
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