SVG Partners announced today that Sun World Innovations has joined the THRIVE ecosystem as a corporate partner joining Verizon, JV Smith, Land O’Lakes, Driscoll’s Berries, Taylor Farms, Wells Fargo, Western Growers Association, the City of Salinas, Panasonic, Yamaha Motor Ventures, and PMA in a mission to advance agriculture technologies globally. The partnership signifies the company’s long-term commitment to nurturing emerging agriculture technology startups and advancing those technologies in the specialty crop sector.
PMA’s corporate partnership signifies the association’s continued commitment to addressing challenges along the produce and floral supply chains in service of its members. “Fresh produce and floral businesses face many labor challenges – scarcity, competition, rising costs and skills gaps, to name just a few” said Dr. Bob Whitaker. “Our members can better compete by leveraging emerging agriculture focused technologies that enable them to work smarter.”
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Thrive talks to Matt Servatius, head of CleanTech technology banking at Wells Fargo who describes how his team is helping to bank some of the most pressing challenges of the future.
THRIVE sat down with Matt Davis, SVG Partner and Thrive Adviser to discuss his views on emerging technology trends in agriculture and why AgTech investment is a marathon and not a sprint.