We offer a wide variety of services and solutions in accordance with the specific needs and requirements of our clients and strategic allies. As of the clear definition and development of objectives from the SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, temporary) perspective we seek to build collective action projects for the generation of sustainable impacts, with results geared towards a fairer balance that leaves traces through lessons learned and shared.
We have a great team of experts who will allow our services to adapt to the circumstances, realities and contexts of each actor in the value chain in a collaborative way with stakeholders and strategic allies, based on the generation of knowledge and the construction of capabilities.
“We believe that agribusinesses can play a critical role in scaling up and promoting agricultural innovations that have the potential to help bridge the gender gap in African agriculture”
Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenberg, Director of African Women in Agriculture Research and Development
“When I think about the future, I am convinced that the key questions are to expand applied research to prevent food scarcity and create a more sustainable supply chain. From my field, applied economics and analysis of businesses, I believe new business models will emerge to provide the innovation and market opportunities that the food industry needs, allowing us to maintain our traditions, and our culture, and to promote a sustainable supply chain.”
Miguel Gómez, Associate Professor at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. He is a Fellow of the David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future at Cornell University.
“Teaching is not transferring knowledge, but creating possibilities for its own production or construction”.
“Technology is simply a tool supporting human brilliance.”
Gail S. Ayers , CEO, Commercial Real Estate Women Network.
“Building an honest commercial relationship requires trust and transparency. Those are key pillars to foster long-term, mutually beneficial commercial relationships, enabling us to collectively create shared value on the social, environmental, and economic well-being and successfully navigate the future”
David Griswold, CEO and Founder Sustainable Harvest.
“Business relationships are a mutual commitment, it is a construction of a long-term relationship, where we all weave and fulfill our role in the chain to empower ourselves as a community. We must learn and continue to build the future of our new generations ”
Aurora Izquierdo, Founder of ASONEI.
“The digital ecosystem is a reality and a necessity for everyone today. They are tools that give our sector the ability to reach many more people, generating real conversations with producers, partners and consumers. It is the way to generate community, trust and credibility that later becomes sales and orders. ”
David Palacios Jaramillo , Global Communications & PR Manager Ron Diplomático.
"Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals & happiness."
“Experience is vital but experience alone is insufficient, unless that experience produces learning that deepens expertise and strengthens personal qualities.”
William A. Pasmore.
“Great discoveries and improvements invariably involve the cooperation of many minds.”
Alexander Graham Bell.
“Most of my experience with project monitoring and evaluation has been to meet the external requirements of the beneficiary community. Reflecting more on this today, I believe that this exercise should go further and allow these communities to narrate, share and also communicate their cultural practices, beliefs and commitments.”
Saurin Nanavati, Founder of Ethos Agriculture .