Announcing our investment in a revolutionary Aussie startup on a mission to put a farm in every pocket… Read more.
Victorian-based startup Invest Inya Farmer (IIF), armed with $1.1 million in seed capital, has launched a ‘world first’ asset class that allows city dwellers to invest in agricultural production without physically owning a farm. For members of the IIF co-operative, a dozen oysters, a jar of honey, or a bag of peaches, ginger and beef …
Two Darwin agricultural entrepreneurs will soon have the business world buzzing with an innovative idea for attracting investors. Here’s how you can own a part of their sweet business… https://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northern-territory/business-offers-a-chance-to-invest-in-australian-farmers-via-the-invest-inya-farmer-app/news-story/79a3393c53e6a6b416099fab10823685
Part AgTech, part FinTech, investment app Invest Inya Farmer (IIF) was inspired by entrepreneur Nathan MacPhee’s treechange to Mansfield, Victoria. ‘The idea for Invest Inya Farmer came from actually wanting to be a farmer myself,’ says Nathan, who moved to the High Country after decades in finance in Sydney… Read more.