Culture Amp’s “Need” filter on their Case Studies page reminds potential customers of their products and areas of specialisation. #clever
Startup inspiration ~
I love it when people keep it real ~
…and when well known people reply / acknowledge comments online ~
“Shiny” and “New” is pretty fun. Well done Hipchat 🙂
…watch to the end! Thanks Pete
Thanks to my surfing pal Nic for this photo taken from the surfcoast.
I’m really enjoying seeing blockchaintechbroaden people’s thinking about providing services and products in the most effective way possible. This threadtalks through the example of a John Deere tractor.
“[The tractors’] value, including their resale value, is highly dependent on the continued efforts of the manufacturer to keep that software up to date… they are near worthless unless issuer keeps promises they made about future effort.”
Welcome to the 10th edition of this email. Did you know you can read all past editions in our archive?
The subject this time round is Ag Tech.
What do you need a hand with?
As you fly to new places with your authentic, online presence, I’m here to inspire and support you. Life’s too short and your future employability is quite possibly dependent upon you standing out in the crowd online.
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We’re making it as easy as possible to see many, many more people authentically online.
Time to get dirty!
In our last newsletter we talked about biotech, genetech and here we are with insights to AgTech (agriculture tech or “pre-farm gate” as they say), genetech, foodtech, and food ecommerce.
Last year I was fascinated to hear of farmers using drones rather than flying planes to inspect stock and land, saving time, money and head-space.
Drones are being used to spray crops and to check disaster areas.
Some farmers are becoming hackers, adding components so their machinery self-drives and sensors on livestock are becoming smaller and smarter.
Tech is being integrated into our lives… everywhere!
It’s these sort of stories that bring to mind the joys from new tech.
Will you go to GMO?
“Between now and 2050 the world’s food system will need to produce 70 per cent more food” ~ United Nations
The world’s population growth means more of our food supply will be synthetically created or GMO foods. We’ll hear much more on the GMO vs non-GMO debate. Reading a few articles here and there may help you learn more – check-in to the links below.
Happy week to you, have fun with whatever you are choosing to do…
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