Brazil attracts Latin America’s agritechs

Agribusiness startups make the country a platform for expansion.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Founded in Bolivia more than a decade ago, Digital Farms, a precision agriculture agritech, will intensify its operations in Brazil, its founder Rafael Ghirelli Hungaro's country of origin. Last year, the company monitored 70,000 hectares of land in Bolivia and 30,000 in Brazil.

Digital Farms is one of the examples of Latin American agribusiness startups that, with consistent trajectories in their countries of origin, have made Brazil one of their expansion platforms. Not infrequently, the Brazilian market has become the focus of growth for these companies.

Hungaro made the decision to expand operations . . .

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