Photo courtesy of Jamie Sundsbak.
This week on the podcast, we listen in to some audio from our very Facebook live video in a new #Emerge series. As in all things related to entrepreneurship, this is an experiment and a work in progress. On our first episode, we talked with local entrepreneur Chris Lukenbill. Chris was the Founder of Able.ag, a software branch of the vertical farming technology company Bright Agrotech. Able.ag built software for farmers by farmers, to pass down knowledge and assist farmers serving their communities. Just last week, Bright Agrotech was acquired by the Silicon Valley company Plenty. As part of this process, Able.ag will be shut down and the team is going in separate directions. In this episode, Chris talks about his new direction and a brand new local startup that he wants to build in a unique manner.
“I always like the idea and I always tell people, when you’re going to start something, tell everybody about it.”- Chris Lukenbill
Join us on Thursday at 5PM as the community celebrates the life of Able.ag.
Episode 15: Chris Lukenbill and Able.ag