Team AgriCore-Guyana

Georgetown , Guyana

Missing: the fisheries industry at CWA 2016 / Published November 8, 2016 by Mikhail Amsterdam

Missing: the fisheries industry at CWA 2016

http://blog.cta.int/2016/10/30/missing-the-fisheries-industry-at-cwa-2016/

The Caribbean week of agriculture was filled with great presentations, on trade, transport, value chain development, sustainable research and food security policy. However it should be noted that the fisheries/marine science and research fields were terribly absent.

Are the value chains in the Caribbean choking development? / Published November 8, 2016 by Mikhail Amsterdam

Are the value chains in the Caribbean choking development?

http://blog.cta.int/2016/10/21/recap-value-chains-in-the-caribbean/

The reality of what lies beneath the golden sunsets and fertile black soils spanning the islands like a chain has more value than meets the eye.

Tradition vs Innovation; Caribbean Agriculture / Published November 8, 2016 by Mikhail Amsterdam

Tradition vs Innovation; Caribbean Agriculture

http://blog.cta.int/2016/10/27/tradition-vs-innovation-of-caribbean-agriculture/

“Will small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) be able to compete?” The increasing demand for Caribbean products has led to innovative approaches in resolving agricultural issues in the region. Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago are the leading producers and exporters, and while it is important to note that they lead the region in these areas, technological development has yet to reach the region’s small and sedium-sized snterprises (SMEs) at an affordable cost.

Our Team

Our Mission

Vision: To ensure that a sustainable agricultural interest exists, in this rapidly changing technological age. Mission: To provides its members with recent and emerging news/trends within the global agriculture sector, through timely updates and informative posts. Core values: Honesty, Reliability, expert opinion and reviewing.

Our Background

The Agricore is an organisation, created in 2013 to ensure that agricultural information is communicated globally via modern channels (facebook, Linkin, Twitter etc.). Agriculture is an activity of critical importance as it contributes to the sustainability of the human race and has/will be the corner stone of modern and future civilizations, with this in mind it is of great importance that advances in the sector are shared and evaluated utilizing mass media channels, this is what the Agricore is all about telling, sharing and commenting on the activities present in blogs, newsletter and published papers.

Our Badges

  • Power Team
    Your team has at least three members
  • Design Lab Experts
    Attended at least one of the weekly TFF Design Lab “office hours” sessions.
  • We Famous
    Your project has been covered by your university or other media outlet
  • Get #Social
    Created team Facebook or Twitter page and attached to team page
  • Fan Club
    You have 100 likes or followers on your team Facebook or Twitter
  • Interior Architect
    Posted three pictures of your team workspace
  • Idea Parkers
    Shared a picture of your teams unique “idea parking”
  • Global Foodies
    Posted three facts about global food issues learned in the Explore mode
  • Insight + Insight + Insight
    Shared three new insights your team formulated in the Define mode
  • On Time, On Target
    Shared your Design Statement created during the Define mode
  • Post-it Fiends
    Shared pics of the chaos of the post-it filled Ideate work mode
  • Brain Food
    In the Ideate intro video, Richard shares an important tip while eating an apple. Share a team-apple-eating pic!
  • Expert Input
    Shared three pieces of expert feedback on your concept
  • GIF Masters
    Shared a GIF of the prototype building frenzy
  • Live Testing
    Shared a video of a user testing your concept
  • Way To Go
    Shared a picture of your plan for iterating your project
  • Etch-A-Sketch
    Shared your logo sketching session on your team blog
  • WE DID IT!!
    Submitted Final Pitch, including videos and concept details
The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.