Farming is the backbone of our society, providing us with the essential food and raw materials needed for daily life. However, the agricultural industry faces its own unique set of challenges, one of which is managing working capital effectively. Working capital is the lifeblood of any business, and farms are no exception. In this blog post, we'll explore how farms can leverage working capital solutions to not only survive but thrive and grow their businesses.
Anil works independently as an executive or non-executive director, advisory board member and general counsel in disruptive ventures that positively impact society and sustainability and in which I have invested as an angel. He has been involved in a wide range of sectors including agritech, biotech, cleantech, data intelligence, digital currency, ecommerce, fintech, media, mobility and sport. I was an advisory board member and audit committee member at Careem from inception in 2012 through to exit on the sale of the business to Uber in 2020. He is also a qualified lawyer (in England and Hong Kong) and have experience across Europe, MENA and Asia in project finance, real estate, venture capital, private equity, technology and sport including over 10 years working with Allen & Overy in London and the Middle East. I am also proud to have played a role as deputy head of legal at the London 2012 Olympic Delivery Authority where I was responsible for the legal work underpinning many of the assets and venues for London 2012 including the Olympic Stadium.