KPMG High Growth Ventures
KPMG High Growth Ventures Founder Spotlight: Emma Weston, AgriDigital
Founder, farmer, lawyer, mum, advisor, board member, mentor. Emma Weston is many things, but it’s undeniable to say that first and foremost, she’s a force for change.
Forbes Australia Business Summit 2022
Emma Weston joins Australia’s top founders and visionaries share their success stories and their insights on the biggest issues in business today.
Co-founder Ben Reid chats with Allied Grain Systems
Ben is a co-founder of ag software company AgriDigital, and is a fourth generation farmer. Ben grew up on a mixed family farm between Young and Cowra in NSW, before going away to boarding school. He went on to study a Bachelor of Commerce in Orange, and like many country kids, contemplated whether or not to come back to work on the family farm. He took a leap and decided to pursue a career off-farm, securing his first job after University with a grain company in the Riverina, leading him into a 20 year career specialising in commodity marketing, broking, logistics, storage and trading.
The Australian Financial Review
AFR Most Innovative Company List Honoree
We’re proud to be recognised for our commitment to innovation in the grains industry as The Australian Financial Review Most Innovative Companies List honoree. At AgriDigital, software is not the only tool in our belt, this accolade recognises our embedded finance offering, empowering grain traders of all sizes with fast and flexible access to capital, when they need it most.
Grain brain: A city lawyer turned farmer who co-founded the digital grain management platform AgriDigital
Emma Weston is a city lawyer turned farmer who co-founded the digital grain management platform AgriDigital. Her startup is helping transform the agricultural industry from the world’s least digitised to one that is more profitable, equitable and connected.
AgriDigital to Create ‘Digital Trust’ in Supply Chains
Agricultural supply chains are inflexible and inefficient, says Agridigital CEO Emma Weston. “Despite farmers being key players, they are often given the least say. Agriculture missed out on the benefits of the first wave of the internet due to a lack of connectivity and technical skills.