Collaborations and challenges: Why Hatch is positive on aquaculture in Southeast Asia

Hatch’s Managing Partner Georg Baunach on strong investor interest in Southeast Asia’s aquaculture industry, what lies ahead, and why they invested in JALA 

Indonesia's aquaculture industry is on the brink of a tech-powered upgrade. Technologies such as water-quality sensors and automatic feeders that were previously exclusive to big fish and shrimp farm operators are becoming more accessible to smaller farms, thanks to the work of startups. JALA and eFishery are the best-known local makers of water sensors and auto-feeders, and their devices are already being used in hundreds of shrimp pools across Indonesia.JALA was accepted by Hatch, a global accelerator program for sustainable aquaculture technologies, in April 2018 as part of the program's fi...
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