KisanHub, a start-up supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme, run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, has raised over $1 million in its latest round of financing to support growth of its farming enterprise software platform.
Cambridge start-up, KisanHub uses a cloud-based software platform to bring together public and private data so farmers can make better-informed decisions about their day-to-day operations and markets. The platform is designed to improve farm efficiency and make farming more sustainable.
The $1 million seed round was led by Notion Capital with current customer and strategic partner, NIAB, also contributing. These funds will be used for R&D, sales and customer delivery.
KisanHub co-founder and COO Giles Barker said:
With global agriculture faced with increased populations, limited resources and increased regulatory pressures, there is a growing need for solutions to help farmers deliver sustainable growth.