Indigo Stock

indigoag.comFoodTech / AgTechFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $300MM

Indigo is on a mission to harness nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet. They are helping farmers enhance their profitability and soil health, improving the quantity, quality, and traceability of the food available to consumers, and protecting the environment by reducing and removing harmful greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. This company was founded by David Berry, Geoffrey von Maltzahn, Ignacio Martinez, and Noubar Afeyan in 2014 and is headquartered in Boston, MA.

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Management Team

Elizabeth Graham JD
Chief Operating Officer
Christopher Harbourt Ph.D
Chief Strategy Officer
Victoria Godfrey
Chief Marketing Officer
Eric Bartels
Chief Science Officer & Global Head of Biological Products
Dario Maffei
Chief Business Officer
Amit Menipaz
Chief Product Officer
Maria Belousova
Chief Digital Officer
John Frederick
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Robert Berendes Ph.D
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News Highlights

Federal Agricultural Mortgage : Indigo Ag and Farmer Mac Announce Joint Program to Reward Farmers for Sustainable Practices
Indigo Ag, the premier sustainability partner of the agriculture industry, and the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac: NYSE: AGM and AGM.A), the nation's secondary market that increases the accessibility of financing for American agriculture and rural infrastructure, announced today a new joint program to reward U.S. farmers for maintaining their existing or adopting new sustainable practices on their land such as reduced tillage, cover crops, crop rotation or nitrogen optimization.
Roger and Indigo Ag Combine Capabilities to Help Farmers and Grain Companies Grow Revenue
Indigo Ag, the premier sustainability partner of the agriculture industry, is pleased to announce that they have signed on as a customer of the Roger ecosystem, joining other leading agricultural companies already on Roger's industry leading bulk truck management ecosystem. By working together and combining the knowledge and expertise of the Indigo and Roger networks, new and innovative solutions will be coming for Indigo's and Roger's current and future farmer, grain supplier, carriers, processors, food companies, and environmentally sustainable focused customers.
IndiGo CEO Dismissive of Tata-Air India Deal And New Startups
The CEO of IndiGo, India’s largest airline, is seemingly unconcerned with the country’s changing competitive landscape calling the shifts simply “noise.” Ronojoy Dutta was referring to the Tata Group’s acquisition of Air India that closed on January 27, and the imminent launch of startup Akasa by former Jet Airways CEO Vinay Dube in May. Dutta, […]
Updated on: May 17, 2024


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