David Rosenberg - CEO - AeroFarms

Updated: Jan 14, 2019


David Rosenberg is a serial entrepreneur, an active member of the World Economic Forum, a Co-Chair for the Technology and Innovation Group of Agriculture, and he was a Member of the Global Agenda Council on Water Security. David is also an annual lecturer at Columbia Business School and a former adjunct professor at NYU’s Stern School of Business.


In this episode we discuss technology, innovation and the future of agriculture.





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David co-founded AeroFarms out of a passionate commitment to the preservation and health of our water resources and has grown it into a force for environmental good the world over.


A serial entrepreneur, David is also the founder of Hycrete, Inc., a cleantech nanotechnology company, He is an active member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and a frequent participant in its annual meeting in Davos. Within WEF, he is honored as a Young Global Leader, where he co-chairs the Circular Economy Taskforce, he is also a Co-Chair for Technology and Innovation Group of Agriculture, and he was a Member of the Global Agenda Council on Water Security. He is also a member of the B20 SME Taskforce, which advises the G20.


David is an annual lecturer at Columbia Business School and a former adjunct professor at NYU’s Stern School of Business. He competed for the U.S. in Fencing where he was a finalist at a world cup, winning three U.S. National Team Fencing Championships and two individual silver medals. He has his B.A. from UNC Chapel Hill and holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University.


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