We announce the release of new resources on targeting women customers in smallholder markets and business models that work for commercializing products in smallholder markets, and explore how one partnership in Guatemala is using video to attract youth to farming.
We announce the release of a good practice note on private sector provision of rural advisory services, announce a Tech Talk about global trends in biological control products, and announce that our partnership with EthioChicken is a finalist for the P3 Impact Award.
We introduce four women starting a women entrepreneurs group in Kenya, provide follow-up information on our recent Tech Talk, and hear from Surehatch's managing director on his experience at the Ag Innovation Showcase.
We announce our upcoming Tech Talk with Open Capital Advisors, talk about our partners who will pitch at the Ag Innovation Showcase, and discuss what we learned during World Water Week from Netafim's Naty Barak.
We share a first-hand story from GrainPro's vice president on how the company is improving postharvest storage in Tanzania, preview our upcoming video series featuring Netafim's chief sustainability officer, and hear Popoyan's CEO talk about how his company become successful in Guatemala.
We introduce our new partnership with Zamorano University in Honduras, which will bring biological pest control to smallholders; we announce that the AgTechXChange has reached 1,000 users; and we show AGCO's video about how it is engaging smallholders in Zambia with appropriate postharvest storage solutions.
We present Partnering for Innovation's new guide, From Smallholders to Shareholders, announce a new partnership with MEA Fertilizers, and report on Partnering for Innovation's side event at the 2014 Borlaug Dialogue and World Food Prize.
We highlight Partnering for Innovation's upcoming workshop at the 2014 Borlaug Dialogue & World Food Prize, showcase Farmforce, a mobile platform for outgrowers, and introduce our newest partnership in Guatemala.
This quarter, we share tips for marketing drip products to smallholder farmers, discuss the commercial potential of drip irrigation, and introduce PICS storage bags, which reduce postharvest grain losses.