Agrando is a Munich-based startup that works on a digital trade platform for farmers. Now, the German startup raised a seed round from various investors. Amongst them: the London-based family office JLR Star. Agrando was launched in 2017 by Jonathan Bernwieser and Jonas Hueber. Through Agrando’s platform, farmers can compare offers and document orders. Thereby, the startup helps to digitalize and optimize sales and processes of agricultural companies. Also distributors are part of the target group, who are enabled to enhance customer loyalty and increase their revenues.
London Family Office Invests Besides Venture Capital Fund
The recent seven-digit seed financing round is led by venture capital firms June and Baltic Venture as well as the London-based family office JLR Star. The June Fund is a global technology investor “backed by leading industrial minds” which invests across all stages. Baltic Venture is a rather unknown AgTech investor. Other investments of June include Wefarm, Dapper Labs, Grover and SimScale. WeFarm is also an Agtech (startup in the agricultural industry), working on farmer-to-farmer digital networks. JLR Star is a London-based family office of two financial services entrepreneurs. With an agnostic sector focus, the family office invests in seed and early-stage startups with typical investment sizes from 50,000-250,000 GBP.
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