Welcome our newest Rooted team member!

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Meet Nadia, our production ninja and newest Rooted team member. She is based in Singapore and is hard at work on our next Rooted stories. Rooted is a microlearning platform dedicated to urban farming. We help corporate employees everywhere bring a little joy to their lives by becoming cultivators. More …

Who is an Indoor Farmer?

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Any business conversation with pro vertical farmers inevitably turns to labor; how to build and train the best team is a universal challenge. It’s especially pressing in an industry where 80% of indoor farmers are new to the practice.  “Academics and corporates alike, such as our Contain vendors at CropKing …

What COVID means for indoor ag lending

BACK TO NEWS “This year has been strange for everyone, and lenders are no different. They live in a world of rules, and stats and data. And there’s almost no way to account for a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic in that world view” — Vertical Farm Daily READ MORE AT VERTICAL FARM …

Rooted’s Urban Farming Microlearning Platform Now Comes With Added ckbk

BACK TO NEWS Reno, London, Singapore (November 30, 2020) – Rooted Global, the first global urban farming platform, helps corporate employees at some of the world’s largest companies learn to grow a little of their own food at home, offering a new dimension to corporate wellness.   But what happens after …

We’re hiring for our Rooted microlearning platform

BACK TO NEWS Last month, we launched our microlearning platform, Rooted, in conjunction with Singapore’s ID Capital. Rooted is a microlearning platform built to delight the most discerning urbanites and their employers alike. We tell stories with a goal – growing the perfect lettuce or your own cocktail ingredients – …

Two Growtainers Head to Alabama with Contain Funding

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BACK TO NEWS Contain vendor Growtainers recently celebrated shipping two of its container farms to a customer in Alabama. Two Growtainers® to Alabama with funding from #Contain. One is for Mushroom Production and one is for leafy greens. Great transaction, great project. https://t.co/W39XPNeu6x — Growtainers (@growtainers) October 16, 2020

Investors perception: “Cute millennials with a container farm”

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BACK TO NEWS “Most investors live in a rule-based world so they have to fulfill a series of criteria in order to sign a lease. A lot of indoor farmers don’t look like what they’ve seen before.” — Nicola Kerslake, Contain Founder, HortiDaily READ MORE AT HORTIDAILY