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About AgUnity

AgriUnity is a mobile app that uses blockchain technology to facilitate the transparency and security of transactions within farming networks. The app provides secure digital identity, remote management and practical know-how articles that are relevant for last-mile communities.

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54 Michigan Dr Gold Coast

Queensland, 4210,



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  • Version 3.5 of app

    Mobile application to allows farmers to participate in supply chain


    records transactions on a block chain 

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WCA CEO announces Keynote and speakers’ lineup for Big Data virtual event (Episode 2) on 27 July 2022, 2-5 pm BST(UK)

Jul 21, 2022

By Register for free here: LONDON, United Kingdom – World Coffee Alliance (WCA), a leading network alliance of coffee industry professionals and stakeholders, producing critical insights including market research, due diligence reports and technical advice to the actors in the global coffee value chain, will hold Episode Two of the WCA TECHNOCOFFEE INNOVATION SERIES: DEMYSTIFYING BIG DATA IN COFFEE virtual event on Wednesday 27 July 2022 from 2:00-5:00 pm BST (UK time)/9:00 am-12:00 EDT. Joseph de Villiers, CEO and Founder of World Coffee Alliance (WCA) said, “As ever, I am delighted to announce that our Keynote for Episode 2 of our WCA Trilogy in Digital Traceability – Big data virtual event is Vanusia Nogueira, Executive Director, International Coffee Organization (ICO). I believe that with her vast experience in the private sector, she will bring new impetus and energy to the global coffee industry and will provide a dynamic leadership with a vision that can hopefully bring some real and meaningful changes where needed.” Vanusia commented, “I am delighted to be the Keynote for WCA Trilogy in Digital Traceability – Big Data virtual event. Big data plays a very important role in the sustainability and traceability of the global coffee value chain. However, in the end, question will be whether coffee producers and consumers can benefit from the use of this technology and how it can help mitigate or enable adaptive measure to address Climate change, specifically deforestation.” Other confirmed speakers include David Davies, CEO and Founder, AgUnity (Inspirational Speaker), Cees Homburg, CEO, FarmersDirectCoffee (Solution Provider Speaker), James McKay, Principal and Founder, McKay Research (Moderator), Paul Rooke, Executive Director, British Coffee Association (BCA), Dr. Memoona J. Anwar, Chief Compliance and Innovation Officer, Data Zoo, Helen Bellfield, Trase Deputy Director, Global Canopy, Peter Kettler, Senior Advisor, International Trade Centre (Moderator), Dr Aaron Davis, Senior Research Leader, Crops and Global Change, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew., Jade Saunders, Senior Policy analyst and Board member, World Forest ID, Priya Guliani, UK Pre sident, Government Blockchain Association (GBA). Sponsors for this event include AgUnity (Episode Sponsor) and FarmersDirectCoffee (Solution Provider Sponsor). David Davies, CEO and Founder, AgUnity commented, “Did you know that most of the world’s coffee is grown by largely invisible micro-farmers? Current traceability occurs with big farms, but many small farms are left out. Collecting data from them is extremely difficult, resulting in millions of missing data points. We can solve this issue by tracking data from the source. However, with micro-farmers living in remote regions without connectivity, the challenge must first be addressed by enabling digital inclusion of the last mile, alongside the coffee industry following a path of standardised data acquisition. I look forward to inspiring the coffee industry on how this is possible.” Cees Homburg, CEO, FarmersDirectCoffee: “Thank you for the opportunity to present at the WCA Big data virtual event. Our Coffee Coalition makes the coffee chain traceable and more transparent. With this initiative, farmers are co-owners. Using open source blockchain technology, a CO2 calculator, and the FarmersApp, we add value to data for the entire chain.” Big data is the main topic for Episode 2 of WCA Trilogy in Digital Traceability. The areas of discussion will include its impact on the coffee supply chain and Climate change. Big data has an increasingly pivotal role in e-commerce and coffee retail, developing new methods of tracking and delivering orders, and maintaining compliance. The event will also focus on the role of big data in identifying some of the critical issues in mitigating Climate change, especially in deforestation cases, where they require urgent action. The British Coffee Association (BCA) our event partner. Paul Rooke, Executive Director of BCA said, “BCA Is happy to support WCA in this virtual Big data event particularly with regard to its impact on the supply chain and the role it can play in delivering a sustainable coffee future. Increasing data volumes can give us all more precise knowledge and information to support the whole coffee community whether that be in better informing consumer choice, building best practice information for the producer or streamlining and enhancing the movement and production of the coffee – all to ensure we can continue to grow and enjoy this special beverage.” Register for free here: -end- World Coffee Alliance (WCA) is a network alliance of coffee industry professionals and stakeholders that produces critical insights including market research, due diligence reports and technical advice to the actors of the global coffee value chain. Our mission is to help create a sustainable business environment, by working closely with the stakeholders in the coffee industry. We advise them on how to adopt best practices, utilize cutting-edge technology and help build a community that can tackle climate change. EVENT SPONSORS At AgUnity, we are deeply committed to influencing the issues that drive poverty in rural and remote communities worldwide, commonly known as the ‘Last Mile’. Access to mobile-money, credit and insurance are considered key avenues to foster broad economic growth and lift millions of people out of poverty. How do we solve financial inclusion at scale? With digital inclusion. Opening up the coffee chain, with a fair price for the farmers. The farmers, also co-owners, of FarmersDirect Coffee, are trained in regenerative cultivation via our Farmers App, resulting in higher yield and a reduction in costs. The open source blockchain technology makes the origin, quality, and prices of each coffee bean fully transparent and traceable. Moreover, with the innovative CO2 calculator insights into CO2 emissions are given. Become part of our Coffee Coalition and accomplish the emancipation of the farmers! MEDIA PARTNERS RealWire is an online press release distribution service that focuses on delivering relevant content to the receivers of your news, as we know that it is only through delivering relevance you can ever hope to achieve the influence that you desire. Perfect Daily Grind is the world’s leading voice for coffee. The publication is a must-read resource for anyone with an interest in the broader coffee sector, publishing content on everything from brewing and roasting to production and coffee trade. It provides real-life editorial content driven by insight from those who have direct experience at every stage of the supply chain. Roast magazine is an award-winning bi-monthly technical trade magazine dedicated to the success and growth of the specialty coffee industry. Roast addresses the art, science and business of coffee roasters by covering the issues most important to them with high quality editorial focused on the technical aspects of coffee. For SPONSORSHIP and MEDIA enquiries, please contact: Mavis Qu, Co-Founder, World Coffee Alliance (WCA)

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  • When was AgUnity founded?

    AgUnity was founded in 2017.

  • What is AgUnity's latest funding round?

    AgUnity's latest funding round is Biz Plan Competition.

  • How much did AgUnity raise?

    AgUnity raised a total of $210K.

  • Who are the investors of AgUnity?

    Investors of AgUnity include Startup Avalanche and SproutX.

  • Who are AgUnity's competitors?

    Competitors of AgUnity include Farmforce and 1 more.

  • What products does AgUnity offer?

    AgUnity's products include Version 3.5 of app.

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