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International Startup Showcase: Lars Blikom - Farmable

Co-founded in 2018 by Norway’s largest fruit farm and a digital venture fund, Farmable builds user-friendly mobile solutions for horticulture with a specific focus on fruit tree crops.

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Farmable is on a mission to reinvent how farmers gather, organise and use their data, with the aim to help farmers improve yield while taking care of the environment. Co-founded in 2018 by Norway’s largest fruit farm and a digital venture fund, the team builds user-friendly mobile solutions for horticulture with a specific focus on fruit tree crops.

Farmable enables field operators, farm managers and agronomists to efficiently track, monitor and record operations through mobile phones while generating a database of farm records to simplify reporting to authorities and marketing organisations.


Up to five successful international (excluding New Zealand and the Pacific Islands) startup participants will receive the opportunity to address global problems in the agrifood sector and provide a solution through their 3-minute International Scale-ups Showcase.

Finalists:

  • Iddo Geltner – Arugga
  • Ori Inbar – Edete
  • Lars Blikom – Farmable
  • Marc-Andre Roberge – Nectar

Facilitated by Rachael Neumann from Amazon Web Services.


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