Complete Farmer, the Ghanaian agri-tech startup, is set to expand its operations into Ivory Coast. The agri-tech startup also looks forward to launching its mobile app to gain more users.
This startup is quite young. It was founded back in 2017 at the Meltwater Entrepreneur School Incubator. The objective of Complete Famer is to ensure food security in Ghana. Alongside that aim is also to allowing users to earn money from farming remotely – famers especially.
The users of Complete Farmer can sponsor farm managers and keep an eye on the growth from their homes. Complete Farmer will sell the produce to buyers, thus, the user then earn returns after harvest.
By the fourth quarter this year, according to Tech Nova, is when Complete Farmer will expand its operations into Ivory Coast. This according to Complete Famer will enable it “to grow crops that thrive in specific regions of Africa.”
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Also, through this expansion venture, Complete Farmer will build up its database on proprietary crop cultivation protocols. It will achieve this by gathering more information via the extension of its field sensory networks for specific species of crops.
The Complete Farmer mobile app
Another move the Complete Farmer is working on is a mobile app for its users.
The app is said to include a bunch of useful features such as a chatbot and integration for social media. The chatbot will ensure faster customer care service. The social media integration also will enable users to share photos and videos of their farms and produce.
That’s not just it. Complete Farmer is also looking to launch a crowd farming service for universities and diaspora communities. This will essentially help Complete Farmer to obtain more users and open up its customer base.
You can join Complete Farmer by logging onto its website: www.completefarmer.com, and enjoy farming while you’re in your home.