Posts tagged "AgroStar"

Have you met Savita Kumbhar, our tractor lady from Sangli, Maharashtra?

November 7th, 2019 Posted by Farmer Stories, Women Stories 0 comments on “Have you met Savita Kumbhar, our tractor lady from Sangli, Maharashtra?”

The story of a women farmer named Savita Kumbhar from Sangli who despite family challenges found a way to make a great life for her two sons.

D.A.T.A & AgroStar — This is how we offsite

February 4th, 2019 Posted by Fun At Work 0 comments on “D.A.T.A & AgroStar — This is how we offsite”

The strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.

As one of India’s leading startups and a pioneer in the AgriTech space, AgroStar has been at the forefront of disruption and innovation. A typical day at AgroStar is packed with challenges and the workplace is filled with high octane energy. Every function at AgroStar is working coherently towards making the company run full throttle on the mission of ‘Helping Farmers Win’.

As we continue to grow at a very fast pace and add new team members to the pack, the emphasis is on how do we collaborate cross-functionally and more importantly within each team. How do we build trust amongst each other and help individuals focus on their strengths and thus increase throughput for the entire company. These are some of our objectives at the company level and we thought of driving these first with the Tech team and what better way to drive it than through a fun off-site.


Meet the New Age Farmers!

April 16th, 2016 Posted by Farmer Stories 0 comments on “Meet the New Age Farmers!”


Technology is changing our lives and the lives of people around us. We see it everywhere – whether we want a nearby taxi or eat some cool food from a new place – technology has made it possible for you to get all that at your doorsteps with just a click.

But have you ever wondered what technology is doing to the lives of people who are responsible for the food we eat? More than 50% of India’s workforce is in agriculture and these are the people who bear the harsh sun and rains and produce the best quality produce to fulfil our appetite. They work with multiple hardships be it climatic changes, market inflations, pricing fluctuations, imports, unseasonal rainfall etc, yet continue to feed the nation. What does future hold for them? How is technology impacting their lives?