Indonesian Farming Startup Beleaf Raises $2 Million Seed Funding Led by Alpha JWC Ventures
Indonesian smart farming startup Beleaf announced Monday its recently closed Seed funding of $2 million led by Alpha JWC Ventures, with participation from BRI Ventures’ Sembrani Nusantara, MDI-Finch Capital’s Arise, and several prominent angel
Beleaf said in a statement with this fresh Seed funding, the firm will focus on improving its technology, building a robust team, and doubling down on its resources, including opening more research and development (R&D) farms and building more farming communities in West Java.
Besides its farming as a service side, the firm is also expanding its inhouse brand by adding a new mass-market brand, Seikat, to its existing premium one (under the same brand name “Beleaf”), and adding more varieties to its lineup.
Founded in 2019 by Amrit Lakhiani, Beleaf is a smart farming company that aims to use its agricultural expertise and technology to improve the yields and productivity of local farmers and ultimately, improve the livelihoods of farmers across Indonesia.
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Source: TechNode Global (link opens in a new window)
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