Wagga startup FARMpay flies onto global stage

STRENGTH-TO-STRENGTH: Naomi Stuart will fly to Tel Aviv for a ten-day masterclass with the world's brightest startup minds. Picture: Les Smith

STRENGTH-TO-STRENGTH: Naomi Stuart will fly to Tel Aviv for a ten-day masterclass with the world's brightest startup minds. Picture: Les Smith

Wagga’s Naomi Stuart is packing her bags ahead of a 10-day masterclass with the world's brightest startup minds.

Soaring through a competitive selection process, her grain sales management platform FARMpay will head to Israel, the beating heart of global innovation, for the Tel Aviv Landing Pad. 

“There are some really incredible companies focused on agtech over there, so we hope to meet startups focused in the agtech space and tap into that fintech ecosystem,” Ms Stuart said. 

Just 10 startups were chosen from the entire state to participate in the masterclass, sponsored by the NSW Government and Austrade. 

“It really validates for FARMpay that our platform is not only relevant for the Australian economy but also on a global stage,” she said. 

FARMpay has gone from strength-to-strength since its inception last year and growth through the SheStarts incubator

Ms Stuart jets off on August 28 to spend 10 days networking and learning from global leaders in the startup scene.