Agrohub Innovation Panel at the GRAIN UKRAINE 2018 International Conference. Is Ukraine ready to become an AgTech country?
Agrohub will hold the Innovation Panel during the III International GRAIN UKRAINE conference.
Kyrylo Kryvolap, partner of Agrohub and associate partner of Civitta, will be moderating the discussion.
When: September 7, 2018, 15:15-18:15
Where: Odessa, ‘Sady Pobedy’ Conference Hall, Akademichna St, 28
“There are several ways of introducing innovations in the agrarian sphere. This process can be done quickly, efficiently and at the lowest cost if a company uses ready-made solutions (this is suitable for the so-called “late adopters”)”, — says Kyrylo Kryvolap. — “Another way is to invest in startups or to develop innovations within the company. At our panel on GRAIN UKRAINE we will gather the audience interested in innovations: startups, as well as their potential customers — producers and agri traders. We will discuss in detail case studies of the risks and benefits of implementing technological solutions”.
The panel participants will talk about the reasons why the level of implementation of innovations in Ukrainian agribusiness remains low, and how to increase it.
Startup pitches for traders and logistics companies will take place on Agrohub Innovation Panel:
Dmitriy Mikhalchuk, Founder of Graintrack – web-based CTRM-system for grain trading companies;
Oleg Rudkovskiy, Co-founder of Sovtes – SaaS solution for profitable freight management;
Dmitriy Titarenko, CEO & Founder of Agroport Ukraine – Agroportex.Bio, assistant on the global organic products market;
Alex Panfilov, Business Development Director at Aliro Trade – B2B Marketplace for agricultural commodities;
Stanislav Zolotukhin, Founder of Farmer2b – global marketplace for new and used agricultural machinery;
Sergey Mazurenko, Sales Manager at MobiMill – “Mobile applications as an effective instrument for a modern farmer”;
Andrey Bobyshev, CEO of Ukraine Commodity Clearing, AgroBrokBot – innovative trading platform for efficient trading.
The III international grain conference GRAIN UKRAINE will be held on September 7-8 in Odessa, Ukraine.
More than 400 representatives of the agrarian community will come to discuss the main challenges for the grain market and find the ways to solve existing problems. Companies from 10 countries will take part in GRAIN UKRAINE.