Whoever coined the phrase “the best thing since sliced bread” obviously didn’t take into account the farming business. Because where would our bread be without farmers? It wouldn’t be on my table – and it definitely wouldn’t be sliced! In any case, let’s meet IBA member Serah Odense, who co-founded and blogs at African Harvesters.
Bio: Serah is a reputable Digital & Interactive Marketer with exposure to Social Media, Blogging, Email Automation, Customer Experience, Digital Agriculture. African Harvesters is an Agribusiness hub for African agricultural stakeholders in the agricultural value chain (Farm to Table).
What do you blog about on African Harvesters?
- Agribusiness Insights
- Interviews about the African Agricultural Value Chain
- Global Trends and Research.
How long have you been blogging? What motivated you to start?
I’ve been blogging for about a year now, precisely 10 Months. My motivation has been my avidity for Agriculture and Agribusiness in general.
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What is your favorite part of blogging?
Learning and Insights. I love learning.
What is the hardest part of blogging for you?
Meeting my global standard.
What do you do for fun when you aren’t blogging?
I enjoy spending time with family and friends.
Tell us one fun fact about yourself.
I enjoy playing farm/city games.
What did you do before you began blogging? What skills do you have?
Digital & Interactive Media/Marketing. I still do my job! Digital Marketing Skills, Customer Experience, Content Development, Digital Agriculture.
Have you been published anywhere else either online or in print?
What do you hope to achieve with your blog and online presence?
African Harvesters would bridge the information gap in African Agriculture, drive youth inclusion and women empowerment in Agribusiness. Also to connect relevant stakeholders across the Agricultural Value Chain (From Farm to Table). Our Online presence would also expose the power of Digital Agriculture.
Big thanks to Serah Odende for being part of IBA, and sharing with us your love of agriculture! Head on over to www.africanharvesters.com and be sure and follow along.
Until our next member interview and feature,
Haley & Kimberly
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