Our portfolio company Agrivi developed a tool that provides farmers with real-time insight into the progress of crops with features like alerts for bad weather and possible crop disease.
It has just been named on the 1st place among foodtech startups in Europe and the 4th place in the world.
FoodTech 500 research placed Agrivi on the 4th place in the world
Forward Fooding presented FoodTech 500 list of global entrepreneurial talent at the intersection between food, technology and sustainability. From a truly global response with over 1.200 applications from 54 different countries, across 8 different categories of AgriFoodTech they introduced the world’s first FoodTech 500 ranking.
Environmental scores were calculated using data from a questionnaire filled out by startups about their manufacturing processes, product, company policy and revenue.
Each startup’s online footprint score was based on a mix of metrics including search engine rank, web traffic and follower counts, while their business growth score was based on various financial performance indicators alongside employee count.
Overall Score: 81/100
Sustainability score: 85/100
Online footprint score: 80/100
Business growth score: 80/100
Agrivi on the 1st place among 20 European foodtech startups to know in 2020 by Sifted
After FoodTech 500 ranking Sifted selected the best European startups from the list and placed Agrivi on the top of the list. Read Sifted’s recap of European startups that are changing the future of AgriFoodTech here.
Founder Interview: Putting the face behind the story
Forward Fooding has also conducted an interview with the top listers and Agrivi was presented by its CEO and Founder Matija Zulj. Read what led to Agrivi creation and other insights Matija shared with Forward Fooding.