Challenge Advisory Welcome Netafim To Sustainable Intensification 2016

Netafim Initiate Knowledge Transfer With Brazilian Agriculture

Henry Smith
Wed, 22 Nov 2017
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Netafim partners with Challenge Advisory at the Agri-business Summit, Brazil: Sustainable Intensification 25-26th October 2016

 In April, 2016, Challenge Advisory announced a project partnership with Netafim, an Israeli organisation who are global leaders in drip and micro-irrigation systems, who will be attending Sustainable Intensification 2016 this year.

Netafim, the Israeli organisation who are global leaders in drip and micro-irrigation systems, have today pledged to assist Brazilian agriculture by attending Sustainable Intensification 2016.

 Their aim is to converse with cooperatives and distributors in the South American region in order to resolve their irrigation problems and to sell their wide range of crop products.

Netafim – Thought Leaders In Agriculture and Sustainability

Netafim have a wide range of crop products designed to improve sustainability and agricultural efficiency. As well as drip irrigation systems and water sprinklers, Netafim also provide Crop Management Technology (CMT) that provides control and efficiency for their product line. They have a deep well of experience, which will result in a higher level of education for Brazilian cooperatives and distributors in terms of sustainable practices for their farms.

Founded in 1965 in Israel, Netafim were among the first organisations to foster plant growth by way of a slow, balanced, drip irrigation. With experience of working in a region where water as a resource is scarce, they have the experience and expertise to obtain maximum effieciency from Brazilian crops and build a strong client base throughout South America.

Dr. Aubrey Longmore, Challenge Advisory principal,  comments: “Netafim will be able to initiate a huge knowledge transfer to Brazil, with their high levels of knowledge and expertise. They operate in over a hundred countries, providing solutions to various challenges, and we are delighted to welcome them to Sustainable Intensfication 2016.”

 Challenge Advisory welcomes Netafim to Sustainable Intensification 2016, and is supremely confident that they will be able to contribute greatly to our project in Brazil with their deep experience and thought leadership in agriculture.

Netafim Contact Information:

Fernando Castro, Marketing Director for Brazil, Netafim
Fernando.Castro@netafim.com.br

About Challenge Advisory:
Challenge Advisory is a global advisory firm that specialises in business development and innovation. They work as trusted advisors to governments, global organisations and multinational businesses, helping their clients to expand their markets and strengthen the foundations of their clients’ organisation. They have strong industry connections in agriculture, sustainability and disruptive technology.

Challenge Advisory Contact Information:
Henry Smith, Marketing Manager for Sustainable Intensification 2016:
hsmith@challenge.org

James Rodrigo, Head of Marketing:
jrodrigo@challenge.org

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