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Company Updates

  • Glassdoor named Indigo one of the Top Small & Medium Places to Work in 2019, based on criteria including overall job satisfaction, compensation and benefits, culture and values, senior management, and work/life balance. Read more here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaEP

  • Forbes named Indigo one of the most innovative AgTech Startups of 2018! Read about us and other innovators in agriculture here:

    The 25 Most Innovative AgTech Startups In 2018

    The problems facing America's farmers in 2018 are as diverse as their crop varieties: Labor shortages. Soil health. Food spoilage. Trade wars. Lack of access to data on seed pricing, yield information, and even commodity forecasting. The good news?

  • Indigo is excited to announce the launch of Indigo Research Partners, the world's largest agriculture laboratory.

    "Using over a trillion data points gathered daily from sensors, drones, weather stations, and other technologies, the platform will optimize on-farm decision-making, accelerate the adoption of new technologies, and improve grower profitability."

    Indigo Co-Founder and CIO Geoff von Maltzahn writes about the launch in the latest blog post here:

    Indigo Research Partners™: Building the World's Largest Agricultural Lab

    At Indigo, we believe the best lab for testing innovative agricultural techniques is the farm itself. Through collaborations with farmers around the US, we are building the world's largest agricultural lab - Indigo Research Partners™ - with the goal of accelerating innovations that increase yields, improve environmental sustainability, and/or reduce risks for farmers.

  • This morning, CNBCC announced that Indigo has been named #18 on their sixth annual Disruptor 50 List, a ranking of the most ambitious and innovative companies representing breakthrough ideas from all over the world. Check out Indigo, as well as companies like SpaceX, Uber, and Airbnb here:

    Meet the 2018 CNBC Disruptor 50 companies

    In the sixth annual Disruptor 50 list, CNBC features private companies - from biotech and machine learning to transportation and retail and even exploring outer space - whose innovations are changing the world. These forward-thinking start-ups have not only identified unexploited niches in the market that have the potential to become billion-dollar businesses, a majority of them already are billion-dollar businesses.

  • "Indigo's microbes could change Big Agriculture forever." Get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on at Indigo from Bloomberg Businessweek!

    Scientists Want to Replace Pesticides With Bacteria

    Fresh snow coats the sidewalks outside Indigo Ag Inc. 's Boston offices, but inside the temperature is calibrated to mimic spring in the Midwest. Hundreds of almost identical soy seedlings sit beneath high-intensity arc lamps, basking in the artificially sunny 60F weather. The plants aren't destined to stay identical for long.

  • Indigo was featured as one of the top eco-friendly companies hiring now! See our open positions right here on our page, or check out our Careers site at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzau.

    9 Eco-Friendly Companies Hiring Now - Glassdoor Blog

    Commitment to being eco-friendly and caring for our Earth is a huge value to many job seekers in 2018. If you're earth-conscious, you won't be able to work for a company that doesn't share that same vision for caring for the environment.

  • Indigo was awarded our first organic certification from the Organic Materials Review Institute for our treatment in corn! Read the press release here:

    Indigo Receives First Organic Certification for Microbial Seed Treatment

    Indigo® microbial treatment for corn is now approved for certified organic production Indigo responds to consumer demand for production systems that better support consumer and environmental health Boston, Massachusetts, March 20, 2018 -Indigo Ag, Inc., a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, has received organic certification for the company's microbial seed treatment in corn.

  • Indigo welcomes Ann Simonds, who was recently appointed to our Board of Directors! Ann is an accomplished leader from the Consumer Goods industry, most recently as the Chief Marketing Officer at General Mills.

    Indigo Appoints Ann Simonds, Consumer Goods Industry Veteran, to Board of Directors

    "What drew me to Indigo was the team's desire to connect agricultural practices with consumer preferences," said Simonds. "I see significant potential in the company's model, dedicated to cultivating that connection. I look forward to helping Indigo establish the next frontier in the farm-to-table movement."

  • Our technology team was featured in this article at VentureFizz! Read about what it's like to work in tech here, what role they play in the business model and mission of Indigo, and their favorite things about working at Indigo.

    Engineering Spotlight: Indigo

    Indigo is devoted to mobilizing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet. The company works alongside its growers to apply natural approaches, conserve resources for future generations, and grow healthy food. Indigo's mission is an admirable one, as there is a strong social mission.

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    Introducing The Next Big Thing & The Company That'll Lead the Revolution

    It may come as no surprise that the future is hybrid - from cars to college majors to careers - it's all about combining skills and strategies in order to innovate. As such, the next big hybrid is agtech, or agriculture technology.

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