MD & Founder
Improvising Agricultural Sector through Innovation, Policy & Financing
Maytra aims to create an inclusive financial mechanism for small and marginal farmers along with adaption of organic farm practices
Speaking on this, Amol asserts, “As the society was facing serious issues due to chronic global poverty and climate change but at the same time there were the solutions and resources but no proper platform. Through this, we thought to channelize all for a useful purpose and assist in eradicating some of the problems.
”Categorizing the solutions in terms of innovations, policies, and financing, Maytra Noesis today lends its expertise by serving as an advisory body to its agricultural clients. Backed by a strong research policy and strategy inputs, the company with its team of global experts aims to assist long lasting solutions to help in increase the productivity, efficiency and sustainability in agriculture with the application of clean technology. The company offers its services in three respective domains, viz. Sustainable Cleantech Strategy, Access to Finance and Agricultural Data Analytics. With its unique
A Global Face in ‘Green-Growth Development’
Preferred as the most trusted partner of NABARD, Maytra aims to create an inclusive financial mechanism for small and marginal farmers along with adaption of organic farm practices. Based in Pune with a team of 12 people and with expertise in smart designing & financing as well as in green-growth policy, the company today offers its services to the emerging economies of Asia, Africa & Middle East and to State & Federal Govt, Asian Development Bank, World Bank and others. Generating revenue of nearly INR 8.5 crores, Maytra has attracted more than 160 farmer bodies with bringing in 210 products and services. Exaggerating on the same, Amol concludes,“Currently, we are working in India and the SAARC regions and very soon we are planning to spread across Asia.We aim to focus on Urban & Rural Green Growth Strategies like Smart Eco-village, Urban Vertical agriculture, Green Building Design, Agriculture waste recycling, re-forestation and many others.”