Ag Business & Crop Inc. is one of 10 regional winners of the Globe and Mail’s Small Business Challenge contest.
The regional awards, which give each winner $1,500 worth of Telus services or devices, recognize outstanding small businesses in the country’s Atlantic, north, west and central regions.
This year’s winners are a mix of companies across a wide range of industries from Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Newfoundland, the Northwest Territories and Ontario.
“It’s great to see vibrant businesses like these operating in all regions of the country… These businesses are fantastic examples of companies that have built their strength by finding their local niches, and now they’re in a position to scale their business into other regions and countries.”
Sarah Efron, The Globe & Mail’s Small Business Editor and Challenge contest judge
Ag Business & Crop Inc. is passionate about introducing and educating both farmers and agriculture specialists on ground-breaking precision tools, which helps farmers to make ‘sound farming’ decisions from precision data, while improving their crops and maximizing efficiency in a sustainable way.
We take pride in Ag Business & Crop Inc.’s capability as a leader and an innovator in its industry, and are honored to be counted among the other regional winners.
“Winning this award is an honor and we were completely shocked and humbled by being one of the regional winners in the Small Business Challenge. It is affirming having the work that our team has done recognized as we’ve grown over the last 6 years.
We’re passionate about helping other people meet their goals, whether it is with UAV’s/drones, automated soil samplers and other high tech tools, and we love what we do. As a growing small business that’s proud to be in rural Canada, we are hopeful this recognition will help us continue our growth, and be competitive with larger companies.”
Felix Weber, Owner of Ag Business & Crop Inc., ACA, T-Ag.