ICT4Ag start-ups: Building a Better E-Agribusiness: Spore Magazine 189

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 Spore Magazine 189: ICT4Ag start-ups: Building a Better E-Agribusiness

The recent boom in ag-tech start-ups has helped to further agricultural transformation and improve farmers’ access to valuable ICT-enabled services. But to continue this progress it is pertinent that entrepreneurs design sustainable business models.

SPORE is the quarterly magazine of the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), offering a global perspective on agribusiness and sustainable agriculture. CTA operates under the Cotonou Agreement between the countries of the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group and the European Union and is financed by the EU.

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Anil Das
January 1, 2021
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EDITORIAL BOARD: Stéphane Gambier, Isolina Boto, Benjamin Addom, Piet Visser, Toby Johnson, Thierry Doudet

EDITORIAL STAFF: Managing editor: Susanna Cartmell-Thorp, WRENmedia, Fressingfield, Eye, Suffolk, IP21 5SA, UK

CONTRIBUTORS: O Alawode (Nigeria), P Bakewell-Stone (UK), Y Boloh (France), H Castell (UK), J Cheaz (Dominican Republic), D Chilumbu Nawa (Zambia), V Defait (India), N Dookie (Trinidad and Tobago), O Frost (UK), A Gross (UK), Y Islam (USA), T Johnson (CTA), D Juchault (France), J Karuga (Kenya), M Laplace (Senegal), K Lohento (CTA), S Lynch (UK), D Manley (France), E Ntungwe Ngalame (Cameroon), S Price (UK), S Reeve (UK), B Rioba (Kenya), A Shepherd (Italy), M van der Sterren (The Netherlands), P Visser (CTA), E Wuilbercq (Ethiopia) 

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