Amy has been Head of Business Development at Wefarm since February 2015. She is responsible for driving the company’s strategic and commercial partnerships and identifying new opportunities for growth. She also overseas Wefarm’s business development teams in Kenya, Uganda and London. Amy has been a speaker at many industry events and conferences around the world, including the COP22 in Marrakech, Understanding Risk in Venice, Afrobytes in Paris, Trade for Sustainable Development in Geneva and the Oxford Farming Conference in Oxford.
Amy is currently developing and testing Wefarm’s data products and early-warning services to help reduce risk, increase productivity and identify trends throughout global food supply chains.
Prior to joining Wefarm, Amy gained extensive business experience as Trade Advisor for the French trade Commission in London, where she was directly responsible for increasing the number of French SMEs exporting into the UK. She worked closely with senior company executives, providing insight and strategic advice on how to target the UK market effectively and dynamically.
Amy graduated from Kings College, London with a First-Class Honours Degree in European Studies. She was born and raised in France.