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How feeding fish became a passion for eFishery's founder

Gibran El Farizy discusses the inspiration and vision for his aquatech company

Inspired in part by his own struggles with the "uncontrollable" aspect of raising fish, Gibran El Farizy founded eFishery to make aquaculture more efficient and productive. In a recent interview with the Nikkei Asian Review, the 27-year-old entrepreneur talked about his company's struggles and success, and why Indonesia is the place to be for startups like his.

Gibran El Farizy, CEO of eFishery (Photo by Shinya Sawai)

How does your product work? You put the machine by the side of the pond, and this machine feeds the fish. It is connected to a sensor that senses the fishes' appetite. It is connected to the cloud as well, so you can monitor the feeding process directly on your smartphone anywhere.

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