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Ninjacart , India’s leading agritech startup sets up an advisory board
Friday, 09 September, 2022, 13 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
Ninjacart, India's leading agri-startup that leverages technology and data to organise the Indian agriculture ecosystem, forms an advisory board, comprised of industry veterans and experts, to strengthen its ambition of revolutionising the agriculture ecosystem in India. The company is committed to solving and improving the lives of millions of participants in the agri value chain including farmers, resellers, retailers, aggregators, and supply chain players, and the advisory board will help enable these endeavours to succeed.

The advisory board will offer guidance leveraging their expertise in the fields of agriculture, supply chain design, public policy, finance, ecosystem building, and technology. Board members will support Ninjacart's efforts to improve its efficiency, contribute to the development of infrastructure, and broaden its horizons to engage with institutions and stakeholders. Additionally, the advisory board will provide assistance in developing long-term strategies and anticipate challenges along the ambitious path and suggest mitigation measures to avoid them.

The advisory board comprises a diverse group of professionals bringing deep expertise and decades of real-world experience to the table that will help the company in achieving its goal of revolutionising the agricultural ecosystem in India.

J. Satyanarayana, former  IT secretary, Government of India, said, “I am pleased to be on the advisory board of Ninjacart, a company that is led by the vision of transforming the agriculture value chain. As the company continues to scale its impact and reach, we are sure to witness the next big leap forward for our farmer community.”

Prakash Bakshi, former chairman of NABARD, said, ‘‘Post production value chain has been the weakest link in Indian agriculture, especially in fruits and vegetables. Ninjacart seeks to bring in efficiencies through improved logistics resulting in better market prices and consequent higher farm gate prices. I look forward to advising Ninjacart's able leadership team."
 
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