After a long Lebaran holiday, we are ready to expand to a new area in East Java! This month we also have updated our application suite to easily originate loans from banks. Additionally, HARA has announced the LuckyHART winners!
Tuban, we are ready to serve!
We held our first socialization programs in several villages in Tuban to gauge response and gain insights from the farming communities. Participants were very enthusiastic when learning on what HARA is doing, and actively shared their grievances on current financial inclusion schemes and fertilizer supplies. After these events, we had over 25 people lined up to register as field agent candidates!
Tech Update: New feature on loan originating process
The HARA technology team launched a new feature on the application this month. This feature enables banks to give direct approval to the loan application through a dashboard. Farmers will now have a fast response regarding their loan application status. The feature has enabled more than 83 farmers to get their loans approved by banks.
LuckyHART winners won gold!
Forty-six contributors from around the globe — hailing from Indonesia to Belarus — participated in the raffle. Six lucky winners had the opportunity to win a 10gr gold pendant.
“Thank you, HARA for the prize! I cannot believe that I am the lucky one who won,” — Asia Agustina, the first winner.
LuckyHART was held from the end of April until the early of June. The contest required its participants to store their HART on HARA Wallet with a minimum amount of 10.000 HART. This contest aims to introduce and promote HARA’s new product, HARA Wallet.
HARA presented at Asia Pacific Satellite Conference
Imron Zuhri, our CTO and co-founder, attended APSAT 2019 as a speaker. The topic was “The Use of Satellite to Support Financial Inclusion”. Here, Imron Zuhri mentioned how the satellite has helped increase the accuracy in collecting the data to increase the chance for farmers to get financial inclusion. The satellite has proven to be very helpful in getting images of crops, and soon it will enable the user to determine which crops are healthy and which need treatment.
HARA selected as Top 5 finalists in GrowAsia Hackathon Indonesia
One of our proudest moment, HARA is shortlisted and successfully becoming a finalist on Grow Asia Hackathon 2019 in Jakarta alongside SpiceUp, Habibi Garden, Patani and KODI. The final will be held on July 22nd, 2019 in Singapore.
HARA got featured on The KrAsia. They have an interview with Imron Zuhri, HARA’s CTO and Co-Founder. He said that the biggest challenge for agritech startups is to find a sustainable business model.
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