Using fewer resources with less impact on the environment to meet rising food demand as the world’s population continues to grow, is more and more important. Consequently, EU policy objectives are supporting solutions that ensure that farmers have access to the innovative tools needed to meet the growing agricultural demand in a sustainable way.
Three years ago, Datalab, developer of the leading business software for small and mid-sized companies, entered the market with innovative modular solution for economically and environmentally friendly agriculture – called PANTHEON Farming.
“Farmers can efficiently optimize almost all their processes, plan in advance and significantly diminish their negative impacts on the environment while they are meeting their economic targets as well. In the near future Datalab tool will finally enable farmers also to be able to exchange and share resources more efficiently and in a more circular way,” predicts Andrej Mertelj, CEO of Datalab.
With strong mission to participate to more sustainable future, Datalab was introduced as the pioneering circular economy company at the first international Circular Change Conference – Embracing the Circular Economy, that took place in Ljubljana on May 6th. Further on, Datalab become the member of Circular Change platform – powerful regional network of change makers, thought leaders, peers and stakeholders that share that common goal.
“We are excited to forge this new partnership with Datalab to help drive a major shift in mind-set and behavior across the agricultural sector and in brooder business community,” said Ladeja Godina Košir, initiator of Circular Change and Co-founder and Connector at Giacomelli Media.
Circular Change is a stakeholder engagement platform focusing on the Circular Economy. Its fundamental mission is to inform, educate, recognize leaders, interpret best practice and co-create pioneering case studies in the transition from linear to circular business models.
Circular Economy: an economy in which stakeholders collaborate in order to maximize the value of products and materials, and as such contribute to minimizing the depletion of natural resources and create positive societal and environmental impact.
Source: Circular Business – Collaborate and Circulate (2016, Ciurcular Colaboration); Christian Kraaijenhagenn, Cecile van Oppen, Nancy Bocken