Here’s why agriculture startups are blossoming
When Ranjith Mukundan quit his job at Wipro in 2011 after 15 years, farming wasn’t on his mind. Bengaluru-born Mukundan and his four co-founders were exploring the Internet of Things space, the idea of connecting ordinary objects to send and receive data. They considered telemedicine, but decided against it since many MNCs were in the business.
That’s when one of the founders pointed to the problems in dairy management, including that milk stored in regular containers become non-consuma ..