Despite a surprise interest rate rise this week by the Reserve Bank of Australia, farmland values continue to hold up – although growth is slowing.
The speed at which trees grow and carbon credits can be generated on the continent is a big draw, while some LPs seek alternative emerging markets to China.
The Global Impact Investing Network’s agriculture performance benchmark could influence LPs’ thinking outside their narrow allocations to 'impact'.
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the venture capital downturn of 2022 have created innumerable opportunities across the agtech space.
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The March Agri-Tech Innovation Summit suggested the most impactful near-term development in ag could focus as much on partnering for access to customers as on finding new breakthrough technologies.
The 2022 tech slump has slowed the journey for some agtech start-ups to blossom into must-haves for corporates and generalists. Where else should GPs be looking for a sure thing?
ReThink Events’ Agri-Tech Innovation Summit demonstrated the mix of optimism and caution likely to define what most expect to be a difficult road ahead for agtech firms and startups seeking capital.
As some individual farmers hold back on committing to decades long land use agreements, private capital portfolios can play a role in looking long-term to help the sector decarbonize.
The sector can provide an answer to numerous challenges such as energy security and portfolio diversification – GPs, energy majors and governments are finally showing serious intent.