World Trade Center Arkansas released a feature article last month about IntelliFarms and how our technology promotes sustainable practices around the world.
IntelliFarms’ Travis Florey, Vice President of Strategic Sales, was invited to speak with Robinson Njeru Githae (Ambassador of Kenya), Abdirizak Musa (Ambassador Githae’s trade attaché), along with diplomats from Canada and Cote d’Ivoire. Florey discussed how IntelliFarms provides technology that enables farmers to make data-driven decisions, taking the guesswork out of farming. The IntelliFarms’ SureTrack technology is helping farmers across the world “build their own economy.”
We are thankful to have partners like World Trade Center Arkansas who help to spread this message across not only agriculture, but related industries as well. To us, sustainability is not simply an issue for agriculture, but for the growing world population as a whole. IntelliFarms builds technologies that increase efficiencies throughout the food production process, and allows for profit and increased transparency at each step along the way.
Read the full article at https://arwtc.org/intellifarms/.