Tag: Agriprocity

How to Sell Commodities Directly to International Buyers

Every market needs a buyer and a seller. In the big commodities, there can be many stakeholders in between the two most important entities. What if the middlemen were removed to actually directly connect buyers and sellers around the world? This is the goal of Agriprocity, founded by Nicole Rogers and based in Dubai. The… Read more »

Who Needs a Grain Company? Agriprocity Connects Farmers & Buyers Directly

There’s a need in the Middle East for many of the crops that Canada grows. The area is production light and demand heavy — the city of Dubai, specifically, is also a major trading and processing hub for several other markets. But getting volumes of grain to the region is challenging and expensive. Of course,… Read more »