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[Funding alert] Dutch Agricultural Commodity Intelligence Platform Vesper Secures Investment in Series A Round Funding

Dutch agricultural commodity intelligence platform Vesper secures investment in series A round funding. This round is led by European tech investors Keen Venture Partners and Piton Capital.

Dutch agricultural commodity intelligence platform Vesper secures investment in series A round funding. This round is led by European tech investors Keen Venture Partners and Piton Capital.

This new round of funding enables Vesper to continue its journey towards improving the way industry professionals navigate the complexities of the global commodities market through data and insights.

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The company remains firmly rooted in its missions to connect businesses with intelligence, enable smarter trade and become the go-to agricultural commodity platform.

Vesper simplifies complex data into actionable insights and provides AI-driven forecasts for buyers, sellers, and traders alike. With real-time information spanning pricing, production, import, export, and more, the platform enables users to save time, enhance negotiation capabilities, and make informed decisions.

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Vesper is gearing up to broaden its coverage in early 2024 to include a wide array of agricultural commodities. This expansion will include categories such as meat, grains, fruits, vegetables, and many more.

About Vesper

Vesper is a leading commodity intelligence platform that transforms complex data into actionable insights for buyers, sellers, and traders. Offering real-time information on pricing, production, import, export and more, Vesper helps users save time, enhance negotiation capabilities, and make informed decisions.

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