The future of automated urban farming by Babylon Micro-Farms
Alexander Olesen, Founder and CEO of Babylon Micro-Farms joins Enterprise Radio to talk about his company and why technology and hydroponics will revolutionize the way we grow food.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Alexander Olesen discuss the following:
- What inspired you to start Babylon?
- How do you think hydroponics will change the way we consume food?
- Why should people be paying more attention to hydroponics in 2018?
- You are working on a new product, the Micro-Farm. What can you tell me about that?
- What are you most excited about for where Babylon is headed?
Alexander Olesen is Founder and CEO of Babylon Micro-Farms, developing automated hydroponic systems for the restaurant and hospitality industries that grow fresh, sustainable and organic food on-site. The idea was conceived in a Social Entrepreneurship class at the University of Virginia in 2015. Ever since then Babylon’s mission has been to make urban farming accessible to everyone and ensure a healthier and sustainable future.
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