The co-founders of Babylon Micro-Farms, Alexander Olesen and Graham Smith received a coveted position on Forbes 30 under 30 for social impact. The award honors excellent individuals under the age of 30 for their numerous accomplishments, advances, and discoveries. When compared to outdoor farming, their modular, vertical micro-farms enable consumers to grow plants like lettuce using 90% less water.
The co-founders of Babylon Micro-Farms, Alexander Olesen and Graham Smith received a coveted position on Forbes 30 under 30 for social impact. The Forbes 30 under 30 list honors excellent individuals under the age of 30 who have made several discoveries, strides, and accomplishments and who are “leveraging business smarts to rescue the world.”
“It is an honor for me to join my co-founder, Graham Smith, on this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Together, we have been creating Babylon Micro-Farms for almost six years. It’s wonderful to see our work honored among such a distinguished group of individuals contributing to the creation of a more sustainable future.” Commented Alexander Olesen.
Graham Smith continued, “Without a brilliant team working relentlessly to make Babylon Micro-Farms a reality, none of this would have been possible.”
In order to enable anybody to cultivate their own fresh, sustainable food, Alexander Olesen and Graham Smith created Babylon Micro-Farms in 2017, according to Forbes. When compared to outdoor gardening, Babylon’s modular, vertical micro-farms enable consumers to produce plants like lettuce 2 to 3 times quicker while using 90% less water. The business presently has customers like IKEA, LinkedIn, Neiman Marcus, and more, and operates in more than 30 states.
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