Mindful living, healthy lifestyles, and conscious eating is a reality today. The pandemic has only cemented the need to reconnect with nature and be responsible for how we’re fueling our bodies. In this landscape, growing one’s own food is a pivot that has deepened. One entrepreneur embracing a farm to fork ideology with urban farming is Sriram Gopal, founder of Future Farms.
Among the first players in the hydroponics space in India, the startup sets up vertical and rooftop farms across the country and abroad. Future Farms has come a long way under Sriram’s leadership, who has been working towards using technology to help grow this vision.
Work has grown exponentially too, from McDonalds’ primary grower, to Adani, the list of clients has grown for this Stanford SEED Programme alumnus. Since its inception in 2014, Future Farms has had a turnover of Rs 30 crore. Sriram is open to an institutional round of funding to expand further.
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