Greenlabs, an Agtech company that has been named a WEF Global Innovator, will be sharing its strategies for resolving the global food crisis through digital solutions at the upcoming Davos Forum. The company, which has been recognized for its technology and ability to address the food crisis on an international stage, plans to present ways to establish a sustainable food supply chain through the digital transformation of agriculture with data.
The food crisis, which has been exacerbated by population growth, climate change, and political instability, is a major concern for global leaders and policymakers. Greenlabs, with its innovative approach, aims to provide solutions to tackle this crisis and ensure food security for the future. The company’s strategies involve the use of data and digital tools to optimize crop yields, reduce waste, and improve overall efficiency in the agricultural sector.
CEO Sang-hoon Shin will be participating in the five-day event in Switzerland and will be giving a speech on behalf of Greenlabs during a session on “Feeding 10 Billion: How Will We Eat in 2050?” The session aims to present ways to establish a sustainable food supply chain by forecasting supply and demand for agro-food products, maximizing resource efficiency, and standardizing the agro-food system.
In addition to sharing its strategies for resolving the food crisis, Greenlabs will also be discussing its global expansion plans and platform services that involve farmers worldwide. The company’s platform connects farmers with the latest technology and data-driven solutions to improve crop yields and reduce waste. Additionally, it provides a marketplace for farmers to connect with buyers and sell their products, allowing them to increase their revenue and improve their livelihoods.
The company will be holding bilateral meetings with numerous officials from global agricultural companies, governments, and international organizations to share information and explore potential collaborations. Greenlabs aims to establish partnerships with organizations globally, to expand its services and reach more farmers around the world.
According to CEO Sang-hoon Shin, Greenlabs plans to “Promote ways to stabilize and establish the agri-food value chain by creating a global community through a digital platform. The theme of this year’s Davos Forum is ‘Cooperation in a Fragmented World’ with a special emphasis on energy and food issues, making Greenlabs’ presentation particularly timely and relevant. As the world population continues to grow, the need for sustainable and efficient food production will become increasingly important, and companies like Greenlabs are at the forefront of finding solutions to this pressing global challenge.”