AgNext receives Best AgriTech Startup of India award
AgNext has been awarded as Best AgriTech Startup of India by Hon. Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar (Minister of agriculture & farmer welfare of India) in Outlook Agriculture Conclave & Swaraj Awards 2020 at New Delhi
AgNext Technologies offers to set up an AI centre of excellence at Tocklai for tea industry
Agnext Technologies offered to set up an Artificial Intelligence Centre of Excellence at Tocklai at their own cost to accelerate data driven technologies in the tea industry.
Rabobank concludes agritech challenge in Singapore, announces five winners
KrASIA’s parent company, 36Kr was part of the outreach and scouting efforts in China.Asia’s population is expected to increase from 4.6 billion to 5.3 billion by 2050. Food security is challenged by rising demand for food, changing consumer preferences, and the need for food sources with lower environmental impact.
Chandigarh: North India's hub for high-tech startups
For Taranjeet Singh Bhamra, an alumnus of IIT-Kharagpur and IIM-Calcutta, the choice was either tech capital Bengaluru or political capital Delhi. After stints in Europe, the Middle East and Africa as a consulting and data analytics professional for little under a decade, Bhamra decided to come back to India in 2015 to turn entrepreneur.
TRA unveils AI tool to improve tea quality
Tea Research Association (TRA) has introduced artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology aimed at improving quality.The technology has been developed through a collaboration between TRA and Agnext, a start-up which was incubated by IIT Kharagpur.
Omnivore Adds Precision Agriculture Startup AgNext To Its Agritech Startup Portfolio
Impact venture fund, Omnivore, has invested an undisclosed amount in Chandigarh-based agritech startup AgNext through its second fund Omnivore partners India Fund 2. The deal also saw participation from Singapore-based high-net-worth individual Samir Kumar as well as a few angel investors from Singapore and India.