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Making Productive Farms
More Productive
Farm
Credibly
Presented by Danelia Doyle
© 2019 Develop Digitally Limited
danelia@...
The Problem is,
it is Difficult
for financial institutions to know
which farmers are productive and
would be more producti...
3
4
Farmer
Profiles
Why Blockchain
● Build Trust
● Profiles validated by
third parties
● Data privacy and
security
● Good behavior
shows over ...
6
Takes long to get paid
In supplying hotels, farmers currently
issue the most credit in the value
chain.
Supply chain fin...
Tourism vs. Others
7
68% of sales are to Agro Processors
21% of sales are to Hotels
Based on MARKET STUDY - JAMAICA
CHF CA...
“Alternative Credit
Scoring. How FC Works.
8
9
100+
Lenders
● Exports account for 8%
● Export /
Supermarkets
11%
● Next largest segment● Hotels21%
● Largest volume of
...
2
Our Business Model
31
TIME
11
Traction
12
September 2019 December 2019 June 2020
Vetted Farmers 100 150 200
Creditors 1 4 8
Data Owners 2 5 10
Loans 1 3 6
Progre...
Place your screenshot here
13
We are launching a
new crowd funding
website that allows
anyone to invest in
agriculture.
Ne...
14
Team
15
Hot Pepper
Activity J$
5 Acres in Oct.. 10M
5 Acres in Nov. 10M
Factoring ‘ALEX’ 60M
Make an impact today.
Thank You.
16
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Caribbean Agrotourism Policy Setting Workshop: Danelia Doyle; How Blockchain Technology Helps Young Caribbean Farmers Access Finance

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The development of productive and fully integrated linkages between the Agri-Food Sector and Tourism in the Caribbean Region offers significant potential for repositioning and broad-based growth in the Agriculture value chain, and opportunities for channelling the Region’s diversity and building-in genuine competitiveness and sustainability in the tourism product.

Forging Agriculture-Tourism linkages capitalizes on the inherent ability of the Tourism sector to diversify the Caribbean economy, stimulate entrepreneurship, catalyse investment and assist in wider social development in local communities. Such linkages offer unprecedented  opportunities to stem and reverse the declines in traditional agriculture, stimulate the rapid growth in “new‟ agriculture and build resilience and sustainability of Caribbean economies. The latter is particularly critical for reducing the high levels of foreign exchange leakage in tourism, preserving cultural identity, reducing poverty in local communities and enhancing local awareness and good practices with respect to climate change and environmental issues.

Goal: To provide a mechanism for managing and increasing the local and regional development impact of Tourism and Agriculture through the creation of a collaborative and inclusive planning and implementation framework that can drive trade and new business between the two sectors.

Objectives

·         To promote linkages between the agrifood sector and the tourism industry to increase sustainable sourcing through the strengthening of agritourism policy and strategy in the Caribbean
·         To increase the understanding and awareness of the current deficiencies in the supply of fresh and processed agricultural products along the value chain and the actions needed
·         To design inter-sectoral and inclusive policies which promote PPPs for improved local food use and consumption.
·         To identify concrete regional projects that can be supported under the intra ACP EU funding.

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Caribbean Agrotourism Policy Setting Workshop: Danelia Doyle; How Blockchain Technology Helps Young Caribbean Farmers Access Finance

  1. 1. Making Productive Farms More Productive Farm Credibly Presented by Danelia Doyle © 2019 Develop Digitally Limited danelia@developdigitally.com
  2. 2. The Problem is, it is Difficult for financial institutions to know which farmers are productive and would be more productive with access to capital* *90% of farmers have no access to credit. Credit in Agriculture
  3. 3. 3
  4. 4. 4 Farmer Profiles
  5. 5. Why Blockchain ● Build Trust ● Profiles validated by third parties ● Data privacy and security ● Good behavior shows over time ● Automated loan prequalification and disbursements “You can fool some people sometimes but you can’t fool all the people all the time” Peter Tosh 5
  6. 6. 6 Takes long to get paid In supplying hotels, farmers currently issue the most credit in the value chain. Supply chain financing or factoring allows farmers to get paid immediately.
  7. 7. Tourism vs. Others 7 68% of sales are to Agro Processors 21% of sales are to Hotels Based on MARKET STUDY - JAMAICA CHF CARIBBEAN COMMISSIONED REPORT, PROPEL 2015
  8. 8. “Alternative Credit Scoring. How FC Works. 8
  9. 9. 9 100+ Lenders ● Exports account for 8% ● Export / Supermarkets 11% ● Next largest segment● Hotels21% ● Largest volume of farm sales ● Agro-processing68% US $135M Market
  10. 10. 2 Our Business Model 31 TIME
  11. 11. 11 Traction
  12. 12. 12 September 2019 December 2019 June 2020 Vetted Farmers 100 150 200 Creditors 1 4 8 Data Owners 2 5 10 Loans 1 3 6 Progress
  13. 13. Place your screenshot here 13 We are launching a new crowd funding website that allows anyone to invest in agriculture. Next Steps
  14. 14. 14 Team
  15. 15. 15 Hot Pepper Activity J$ 5 Acres in Oct.. 10M 5 Acres in Nov. 10M Factoring ‘ALEX’ 60M
  16. 16. Make an impact today. Thank You. 16

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