evokeAG. is set to return in 2023 and is heading to Adelaide, South Australia – the state of innovation. In the lead up to the global event we hear from South Australian agritech leaders Oli Madgett, Michael Macolino, and Penny Schultz about the homegrown innovations and why South Australia is the perfect place for evokeAG. 2023 Down to Earth.
New Zealand agritech tool, Onside is helping its users – from farmers to big time corporates – reduce biosecurity risks and save the agricultural industry billions of dollars. With rising adoption in Australia, Onside is ready to scale into the US and will launch its Series A funding round at the evokeAG. 2022 Investor Dinner in June in Sydney.
HydGene Renewables is paving the way for Australia’s carbon-zero future, using biowaste to produce 100% renewable and green hydrogen on-site and on-demand. The solution will provide farmers with low-cost and sustainable alternatives for ammonia, transport and seasonal energy storage. Now the startup is seeking investment to source alternative feedstocks and scale its technology.
“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident,” once shared by German philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer. Here Mike Lee, global food innovation expert explores the future possibilities of cellular agriculture and what it means for farmers.
SVG Ventures | THRIVE has announced the next iteration of its agrifood-focused technology accelerator and the 12 startups selected to join the THRIVE VII cohort. Again, the THRIVE Australia Challenge has provided a gateway for Australian innovators to participate in the global accelerator with Rubens Technologies, Goanna Ag, and TranspiratiONal making the cut.
Gordon Black of East West Capital and Cong Vu of Nanosoils share their learnings from the Grassroots Series mentoring program, why the future is bright for Aussie startups with global investment on the rise – and why being open to change is key to growth.