[Live Event No. 2] - Investing in Indoor Farming

Posted by Jason Arnold on June 10, 2016

Is indoor growing worth the investment?

Missed out on this live event?

We've got you covered.

Stay tuned for future live streams to keep up to date on the latest news and conversations in indoor agriculture! Is indoor growing worth the investment?

Each week we discuss topics relative to the new and evolving world of the agtech industry. 

If you missed the event, here is a recap:

Timestamps:
01:50 - What is the scale of most indoor farms?
03:00 - Sophisticated financing mechanisms in indoor farming.
04:15 - Diversity in funding sources.
06:12 - The history and shift from Organic to local food.
09:00 - The Hartman Group study on local producers gaining ground with consumers.
10:00 - How many farmers does it take to feed a whole city?
12:05 - What innovations in technology are helping supply consumer demand?
13:40 - Is indoor farming an "appropriate technology" or is it a trend?
15:30 - Organic vs. Local from a marketing perspective.
17:35 - How does the "Triple Bottom Line" work with indoor farming?
23:00 - What are the costs of indoor farming?
25:05 - Session 3 preview: What's the typical capex and opex for these types of farms?
26:25 - Environmental impact of conventional agriculture
33:29 - Do you believe in labeling produce?
34:45 - Audience question: Is it worth it to use grow lights in greenhouses during shoulder seasons?
37:21 - Audience question: Can a small indoor farm be successful/viable in New York
 

Join the conversation by using #farmingindoors on Twitter!

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Tune in for the next session!

 

 

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