Networking has had to evolve like never before due to COVID-19. With no in-person events or conferences, it became difficult to connect with new companies and people. Virtual opportunities have emerged to fill this gap over the past few months.
Artemis, the leading provider of cultivation management software for the horticulture industry is creating opportunities to connect in new and exciting ways. Earlier this year, the company created a Virtual Grower Summit bringing together growers and industry experts to discuss how they were adapting to COVID-19.
Now, they’re opening the virtual doors to their top leaders. Both their CEO, Allison Kopf and their Vice President of Revenue, Eric Clark are holding open office hours for growers. These office hours are opportunities for growers to get strategic advice related to certain aspects of their business, including technology and innovation, financing, and sales plans.
“Things certainly haven’t been easy this year. We know how hard COVID-19 impacted businesses in our industry, and as we approach a new year we wanted to help be a sounding board for growers,” said Allison Kopf, Artemis’ CEO.
“I’ve held office hours for entrepreneurs and folks looking to work in agtech, and this time we wanted to open it up to growers. Eric is the best at planning for sales growth, so I asked him to join me in offering up his time. If you’re thinking about how to hire or market a new product or pricing strategies, Eric is going to be a great resource.”
Artemis has always worked hard to connect people in the indoor agriculture industry. They’ve already held over 100 office hour sessions and have created numerous resources for growers, including the widely circulated State of Indoor Farming reports and the new Ultimate Guide to Integrations.