There has long been discussion that New Zealand suffers from low productivity numbers relative to the rest of the developed world. In crude language, New Zealand is stuck in the industrial revolution, while the rest of the world has moved onto the information age.
It is inevitable at one point or another for a company to realize that spreadsheets are not scalable. As a result, someone will be tasked with going through a procurement process to bring in the system of all systems to digitize and move the company forward.
How do we continue to grow economic outcomes, reduce environmental impacts, and improve social outcomes in the Agri-food sector?
Its no secret I was raised in early adopter “Hippie” culture. I often joke that it was back in a time that we hippies still needed to make money. That is only to point out that we’ve been “social enterprising” before it was a term. We didn’t have the luxury of taking corporate or government money and doing good with it. We had to build the good into our business models from day dot.
The hemp industry is long regarded as "the industry that never took off". Across the country there are big plans being hatched for hemp crops and their products: from food and fibre, to medicine and building products and beyond.
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