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Asia-Pacific’s vibrant agrifood tech startups geared to decarbonise the region

Loam Bio's microbes. Photographer: Monique Lovick

Tegan Nock, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Australian microbial tech startup, LoamBio, and Louisa Burwood-Taylor, Head of Media for Silicon Valley venture capital firm, AgFunder, and Chief Editor of AgFunder News – the go-to global investment news platform catches up with AgriFutures growAG. contributor Samantha Noon.

Together they explore the key investment trends and noteworthy funding rounds, from the recent AgFunder 2022 Asia-Pacific AgriFoodTech Investment Report, including Loam Bio's Series A, Top 5 Australian investment deal, worth $40million AUD, and what that means for Australian biotech going forward.

First Louisa, helps unpack the deal flow trends, including China's investment slump, India's blossoming market, where alt proteins are headed, and the growing calibre of innovative startups making their mark.

Read the story here, and download AgFunder’s 2022 Asia-Pacific’s AgriFoodTech Investment Report here.

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  • Location

    New South Wales

  • Organisation type

    Startup or Scaleup or SME