Agricultural know-how firm, Innovation Agri-Tech Group (‘IAG’), has appointed an skilled gross sales staff because the enterprise heads out of R&D part and will get prepared for the Ascent Part in Q3 of 2022.
The staff, which have a profitable observe file within the know-how area, have been tasked with taking the revolutionary and anticipated IAG applied sciences to a worldwide market, and assist the enterprise in its transition to income.
IAG hand-selected the staff as a result of their robust background in accelerating gross sales, and their methods to extend an organization’s valuation over quick time period.
What’s extra, the 12 robust staff have high-level technical experience woven into their DNA. This allows them to seamlessly talk the element of IAG’s vertical farming options to potential new clients. Coupled with their know-how in serving to companies break into new worldwide markets, the collaboration is completely suited to taking IAG’s agricultural advances and challenger enterprise to the nations and climates that can profit essentially the most.
Jaz Singh, CEO and Founding father of IAG, says: “IAG is on the forefront of growing thrilling and, importantly, cost-effective methods of manufacturing meals the place conventional farming strategies alone usually are not capable of meet demand.
“The gross sales staff we’ve appointed will be capable of strategically complement our present staff. As a forethinking enterprise, we’re excited to be transferring onto a stage the place we are able to develop not simply within the UK, however start to take our options to nations and corporations on a worldwide scale – making certain IAG turns into essentially the most profitable model of itself.”
The appointment of the gross sales staff comes at a busy time for the enterprise as they put together to launch their greatest innovation but – set to fully revolutionise not solely the vertical farming trade, however how we develop produce on a worldwide scale.
Alongside the event of the gross sales staff, IAG has lately created an advisory board with specialists Professor Tracy Lawson and Dr Chris Foulds. Duncan Bannatyne has additionally this yr joined the IAG board as a Non-Govt Director, having been impressed by the know-how developed by the staff at IAG and the way the way forward for vertical farming is ready to revolutionise the best way that we develop meals on a worldwide scale.