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T-Hub, Beanstalk AgTech to train start-ups on accessing markets

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on July 09, 2019 Published on July 09, 2019

The programme is supported by the Australia India Council, Grains Research and Development Corporation, Birchip Cropping Group, FarmLink, and the Telangana and Australian governments

Start-up incubator T-Hub and Beanstalk AgTech, which has offices in Australia and Singapore, have invited applications for the GRAFT Australia-India AgTech Market Access Programme.

The programme is aimed at enrolling 12 start-ups for a 10-week annual programme that trains them on ways to get market access.

10-day field experience

The shortlisted start-ups will receive virtual coaching and access to information and strategies to approach Indian and Australian agricultural industry and markets. This will be followed by a 10-day field experience in both markets.

While T-Hub sensitises Australian entrepreneurs about India’s agricultural market, BeanStalk Agtech will provide Indian entrepreneurs access to the Australian market.

The programme is supported by the Australia India Council, Grains Research and Development Corporation, Birchip Cropping Group, FarmLink, and the Telangana and Australian governments.

“AgTech start-ups from India and abroad with disruptive technologies and the potential to address the challenges faced by the Indian and Australian agricultural sector are eligible for the programme,” Ravi Narayan, Chief Executive Officer of T-Hub, said.

Start-ups with products and solutions to address issues such as water-use efficiency, irrigation management and soil management can submit their applications.

Published on July 09, 2019
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