Over 2.2 million people in Asia and the Pacific rely on agriculture for their livelihood but, as climate anomalies and decreasing investments come into play, farmers are facing tough times. With agriculture traditionally seen as an industry that only governments or large businesses can influence, the rapid development of technology is changing the industry and giving more individuals and groups access to solutions that support it.
Join Muhaimin Iqbal, Founder and Chairman of iGrow Resources Indonesia, as he talks about how digitisation supports agriculture at Echelon Thailand. Hear about the opportunities and importance of agritech for the region and learn how advancements in technology can propel the industry into greater productivity. Get insights about innovation in the industry from the award-winning agriculture resources integrator.
Echelon Thailand 2017 is a tech conference (May 15-16, Bangkok) and year-long digital platform attracting international speakers, founders, investors and professionals.
New in 2017 is Echelon Thailand’s digital platform. Get immediate access to exclusive insights, participate in discussions and engage with the speakers and fellow attendees directly on Echelon’s digital platform, the moment you register (accessible from the Ecosystem page. What’s more, the digital platform will be accessible all-year even after the conference, so kickstart your Echelon experience today and embark on a year-long journey of discovery.
Muhaimin Iqbal is the founder and chairman of iGrow Resources Indonesia, an agriculture resources integrator. He supervises multi-division organisations in agricultural business, agroforestry, biotechnology, biomass energy, and social enterprises.
Muhaimin is also the founder of 101 Salads, the chairman of Biomass Energy Indonesia, the IndonesiaWaqf Fund Foundation, and Natural Resources Indonesia. He is a writer of 16 published books and currently writing the 17th.
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