Agribazaar: India’s Alibaba of agriculture

The Japan Times

Tokyo, Japan: 15th August, 2019

Agribazaar got covered by The Japan Times. The Co-founder and CEO of Agribazaar, Mr Amith Agarwal was in talks with the magazine discussing the significance of Agribazaar in Indian agriculture space.

SYNERGY MEDIA SPECIALISTS: 15th August, 2019

Fifty percent of India’s total workforce is employed by the country’s agriculture sector. However, supply chain inefficiencies mean agriculture only contributes approximately 18 percent toward India’s gross domestic product.

“In an effort to tackle challenges within the country’s agriculture sector we built Agribazaar, an agri-tech platform which gives farmers access to multiple buyers across India,” said Agribazaar co-founder and CEO Amith Agarwal. “The platform serves the needs of all stakeholders in the farm-to-fork value-chain.”

In only two years, Agribazaar has facilitated $1.2 billion worth of transactions, making it India’s largest online agri-trading marketplace.

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