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Discover digital solutions for smallholder farmers

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Startups and corporates have much to gain from AgriTech development partnerships. While startups bring agility, corporates can bring scale and reach. However, the reality of these partnerships makes them difficult to execute. This event is your chance to hear from executives and founders who are building leading examples of these partnerships from the across the region.

We will explore the role of innovation spaces, accelerator programmes, hackathons/innovation challenges, corporate venture capital and pilot projects.


Event Details

Monday, 16 September
4:00pm – 6:00pm (GMT+8)

LEVEL3, Mapletree Business City
20E Pasir Panjang Road, #03-22/24
Singapore 117439

Live Webinar Details

Monday, 16 September
4:15pm – 6:00pm (GMT+8)

You will receive the livestream link
before the start of the event.

Guest Speakers


Barbara Guerpillon

Unilever Foundry Asia


Low Kim Huat

Regional Director (Emerging Markets)


Tanmay Bhargava

Head of Asia Pacific
Intello Labs


Minette Navarrete

Kickstart Ventures


Spencer Morley

Farmforce AS


Who should join

Corporate Leaders

Input Companies

Trading Companies

FMCG Companies

Agri-Finance Companies

AgriTech Startups

Data & Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Digital Payments

Farm Robotics, Mechanisation & Equipment

Internet of Things (IoT) & Sensing

Remote Sensing: Satellite Imaging

Traceability and Supply Chain Intelligence

Ecosystem Enablers



Government Agencies

Venture Capital Funds

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About Grow Asia Digital Learning Series

Smallholder farms account for one-third of the global food supply. However, smallholder farmers face many challenges that result in low productivity, unsustainable practices and low income. Unable to earn sufficiently from agriculture, many farmers stop investing in their farms, decrease production, or leave farming altogether to find other forms of work. This presents significant risks to supply. It is thus in the interest of all stakeholders to provide support to smallholder farmers to build a more resilient food supply chain.

Grow Asia's objective is to help smallholder farmers in ASEAN achieve greater prosperity and environmental sustainability. One way to do this is by driving the adoption of digital tools.

The Grow Asia Digital Learning Series brings together corporate leaders, AgriTech startups and ecosystem enablers to learn more about emerging technologies, as well as to uncover opportunities for scalable, impactful digital solutions that could be adopted by smallholder farmers.

A series of 6 events throughout the year covering topics such as Remote Sensing, Supply Chain Intelligence, Digital Payments, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Drones and Internet-of-Things (IoT).