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It’s been quite a year for the young founder, who raised over $1 million in seed funding and headlined TechCrunch Disrupt New York 2016 after winning 2015’s San Francisco iteration. Her company, Agrilyst, makes data analytics software for farmers, with a focus on indoor farmers.
Srsly kick ass founder other B2B founders, ag founders, female founders, NYC founders, hell, everyone should support w/a vote. Takes 1 min. https://t.co/eEdHqQ7yGi
— Charlie O'Donnell (@ceonyc) December 9, 2016
“Farms have a vast amount of production data, and, unfortunately, the information exists in fragmented, independent systems,” Kopf wrote this year. “As a result, growers are spending time and money creating optimization plans while still performing in a sub-optimal state. Farms are leaving revenue on the table. Our goal with the Agrilyst platform is to turn a burden for growers, data management, into their most useful tool.”
Vote for my friend Allison who has been kicking ass this year! https://t.co/VaF84hxR1h
— Dominick Mack (@Dominick_Mack) December 10, 2016
And if you’re in the mood for awards, it’s not too late to nominate someone for our own Brooklyn Innovation Awards.
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