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Are you interested in investing in Australian AgTech companies?

AgTech is the application of technology to agriculture, food and farming. It encompasses a range of solutions which cater for every step in the food production process.

Examples include:

  • Water Management: systems designed to maximise plant yield through efficient watering
  • Plant/Soil Analytics: services to analyse soil quality and plant health
  • Sensors: IoT devices to measure the health and growth of plants
  • Advanced Machinery: drones to monitor crops, robots to pick them
  • Predictive Analytics: weather forecasting and other big data tasks applied to agricultural settings
  • Grocery Supply Chain Management: Food quality/safety tracking


Agriculture is one of the least digitised industries globally, positioning it for technological revolution. Foods and clothing will always be a human necessity therefore agriculture will always exist regardless of the economic conditions. Consumers are increasingly socially and environmentally focused, driving demand for sustainability-targeted agricultural solutions.

The Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO) predict that agricultural production must increase by 70% by 2050 to meet global food demand, providing an opportunity for agricultural startups to reshape the food production system. Hence a substantial increase in investment is required.

Venture capital and corporate hybrids have begun investing substantial capital into AgTech during recent years. In 2017, global investment in AgTech totalled AU$14.5 billion, up 30% since 2016. Australia is significantly behind in funding AgTech, there is huge potential for investors to maximise their opportunity in agricultural innovations.

We have a number of AgTech deals coming soon.

Register your interest to invest in AgTech.


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