The gateway to Asia for late-stage scale-ups and innovative SMEs in agrifoodtech
The ASEAN region is emerging as a major hub for agrifood and aquaculture innovation and there are significant opportunities for entrepreneurs to be successful exporters of advanced agrifoodtech and innovative food solutions.
Land x Launch™ can help you capture this opportunity by "landing" in Singapore and "launching" in Asia. Over the course of this programme, we’ll help you test and validate the opportunity to expand your business into the region, refine your customer value proposition and business model to a local context, and work with you to develop a roadmap to establish your in-market presence.
We currently offer Land x Launch™ programmes for startups based in Australia and the UK. Click the buttons below to learn more.
for Australian startups
Global Incubator Programme
for UK startups
WHO IS LAND x LAUNCH™ FOR?
Land x Launch™ is open to scale-ups and innovative tech SMEs in all agrifood sectors, from land-based agriculture to fisheries to supply chain solutions. We welcome applications from teams involved in (but not limited to) the following industries:
Climate change solutions (net-zero farming)
Alternative protein sources
Controlled environment agriculture
Food traceability and assurance
Smart food systems
WHAT DOES LAND x LAUNCH™ OFFER?
One-on-one support from members of our GROW mentor network
Variety of service providers to help you expand into the region at discounted rates
Office hours with GROW's agrifood experts and growth hackers
Events and networking opportunities
Pitching opportunities to our network of corporates and investors including AgFunder
Plug into GROW's agrifoodtech ecosystem of entrepreneurs and growth partners
By 2050 the population of Asia will be 5 billion,
accounting for 60% of global consumption.
Asia represents one of the fastest growing markets in the world, with 66% of the global middle class expected to reside in the region and a population expected to reach 5 billion in 2050 that will account for 60% of global consumption. To meet this demand, governments across the region are aggressively pursuing strategies to ensure greater food security and this includes actively encouraging agrifoodtech and innovative food entrepreneurs to help grow the local ecosystem by establishing themselves in the region.