80% of executives think their current business models are at risk to be disrupted in the near future

McKinsey

As the world progresses, so too does the business landscape. What was once a stable model can quickly become outdated and vulnerable to disruption. This is especially true in agriculture, where innovation is constantly redefining what it means to be successful. According to a recent survey of executives, 80% believe that their current business models are at risk of being disrupted in the near future. This highlights the need for companies to be proactive in their approach to agriculture. Those who are able to embrace new technologies and trends will be best positioned to weather the storm of disruption.