AgWiki, a new tech company in the field of agriculture information, announces the launch of its equity crowdfunding campaign on StartEngine. AgWiki’s mission is to have a central place where everyone in food production around the globe can connect and exchange ideas, information, and expertise. The platform already boasts nearly 3000 active users.
AgWiki CEO Randy Krotz said it has been an exciting year for the startup. “We have completed dozens of enhancements to the online platform while bringing together farmers and researchers from 19 countries,” said Krotz. “We are pleased to be part of an SEC-regulated crowdfunding initiative enabling us to connect with potential investors who share our vision and commitment for growing food sustainably through the sharing of agricultural techniques and practices.”
Krotz says the timing for AgWiki’s crowdfunding campaign is critical. “We were sought out by StartEngine, which felt like a shot of adrenaline for our funding efforts. StartEngine provides exposure to pre-IPO companies like AgWiki and allows investors a straight-forward path to owning stock in the company.”
The funds from the crowdfunding campaign will be used to accelerate user growth and facilitate the continued development of the online platform. “Connecting the entire world of agriculture is a monumental and necessary task,” said Krotz. “As farmers and ranchers, researchers, agronomists, and dieticians build relationships and continue to educate each other, all food producers and consumers will benefit.”
To learn more about AgWiki and the opportunity for equity investment during the current limited-time funding round, visit https://startengine.com/agwiki.