Innovative capital allocation program continues with international expansion Leon, Guanajuato Mexico and Birmingham, Alabama 6 August 2019 – The Kirchner Food Fellowship, an initiative of the Kirchner Impact Foundation, today announced the selection of Fellows for two 2019-2020 cohorts, one based in U.S./Canada and one based in Mexico. “Given the depth of talent that applied, this was the most difficult …
Source: AgFunder Editor’s Note: Adrian Garcia-Casarrubias is director of the Kirchner Food Fellowship Mexico, a student-led impact investment program operated by the Kirchner Impact Foundation, one of the ‘returning’ arms of Kirchner Group the North American traditional merchant bank. A few months ago the Foundation announced a partnership with the local government of Leon and the state government of Guanajuato …
Kirchner Group and the Thought for Food (TFF) foundation are collaborating to launch the 2019 Mexico AgTech Competition, a new platform where local entrepreneurs can “pitch” their startups and projects to a global audience of students, entrepreneurs, industry leaders and investors.
The Kirchner Impact Foundation is pleased to announce a collaboration with the local government of Leon and the state government of Guanajuato, to offer a new, central Mexico based Kirchner Food Fellowship cohort.
The Kirchner Impact Foundation is pleased to announce that the Kirchner Food Fellowship is now accepting applications for two cohorts – a US/Canada-based cohort and a Central Mexico-based cohort.
Kirchner Food Fellowship portfolio company Kuli Kuli announced today that it closed its $5M Series B financing.
Source: AgFunder Editor’s Note: Blair Kirchner is director of the Kirchner Food Fellowship, a student-led impact investment program operated by the Kirchner Impact Foundation, the non-profit arm of the North American merchant bank. A few months ago the Fellowship announced a partnership with Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) and North Carolina State University (NCSU) which will provide financial …
School of International Service graduate student Ambulah Mamey was recently awarded a Kirchner Food Fellowship, a prestigious honor offered to only three students in North America. The Kirchner fellowship is a one-year program that trains millennials how to be capital allocators in the agriculture sector. It aims to assist farmers with low-cost investment for high-impact results, and it factors in social and environmental concerns.
The Kirchner Food Fellowship, a Kirchner Impact Foundation initiative, today announced a collaboration with the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) and North Carolina State University (NCSU) which will provide financial and technical expertise in support of the 2018-2019 Kirchner Food Fellowship program.
Three distinguished Agricultural Investment Fellows, researching and acquiring hands-on training in agricultural investment and soil fertility, said they have received funds from the Kirchner Group to find and invest in a small and medium sized agri-business that is focused on improving soil health and water for small farmers.