Speakers, Organizers, and Winning Companies
Guest presenter Ofer Ben-Yehuda of Shibolet announces WeedOUT as the winner of the Best Israel Agtech Company competition. Trendlines' Steve Rhodes looks on.
AgriVest conference organizers (l to r): The Trendlines Group's Steve Rhodes, Todd Dollinger, and Nitza Kardish and GreenSoil Investment's Gideon Soesman.
Business France's Deborah Modiano, GreenSoil's Gideon Soesman, PeakBridge Partners' Nadav Berger during an AgriVest break.
Panels and More
Networking, Start-Up Space, and More
CEO and Co-Founder of TIPA Daphna Nissenbaum presents to the investment panel. In a survey of 35 global investors, TIPA was ranked as the most "exciting investment target" of Israeli series B agtech companies.
Trendlines Agtech VP Business Development Sarai Kemp introduces the panel discussion, How robotics and automation will forever change the future of agriculture.
The robotics discussion gets underway with (l to r) Dan Harburg of Anterra Capital, moderator George Kellerman of Yamaha Motor Ventures, and Steven Saunders of Robotics Plus.
Networking & Start-Up Space
Greek-style salad at the AgriVest breakfast.
Welcome to AgriVest 2018, which was held on 8 May 2018 at Trask, located in the Tel Aviv Port.
Let the AgriVest banner wave!
Presenting Companies and Judges
Agrematch CEO Eitan Glick explains how the company's proprietary algorithm re-matching approach enables a faster, safer crop protection product development process.
Better, more accurate yield estimates. FruitSpec's Raviv Kula kicks off the AgriVest 2018 Best Israeli Agtech Company competition.
Yoav Hoshen starts his five-minute presentation on Water.io's Internet of Packaging (IoP) platform.