Get in Vertical Farming

Company Profile

The Association for Vertical Farming Project UG (AVFP) is a start up company in the fields of indoor and vertical farming projects. It is 100% owned by the world wide active non profit organization Association for Vertical Farming e.V to execute, run and manage projects in this field. AVF UG will partner in VF projects, examine business plans and support startups with expert knowledge.

AVFP has the unique access to a wide international pool of experts, companies and research institutions to develop, organize and manage projects mainly for indoor farming with controlled environment agriculture technologies. Projects incorporate formats like workshops, conferences, feasibility studies, as well as planning of research, pilot or demo projects.

Investing in the Future

Vertical Farming
We help you to get deeper in the topic and what it need to work on a vertical farm.
Project Management
We organize the project management and coordination with you.
We provide assistance in conception and support how to start a own vertical farm, independ whether small or middle scale.
AVFP has organized for example a workshop for IKEA “ A Roadmap to Urban Vertical Farming” to help IKEA understand indoor, urban and vertical farming and how to enter this space.
Industrial Business Services
With our connection to the Association for Vertical Farming we can provide partnerships with members of the AVF who can collaborate in building up a large scale vertical farm.
AVFP manages and develops an e-learning course system project in cooperation with the city of Houston Texas/US to help improve health problems caused by an unhealthy diet and lack of access to fresh food.

If you need a partner for your project, we are YOUR partner

Our Team & Experts

We solve your problems

Solve the Question

Indoor farming is gaining significant traction worldwide but especially in the United States, Europe and Asia because it offers the ability to produce more while using less resource. Other reasons are pressure from climate change, urbanization, population growth and a need for safe fresh food with high nutritional value. Reliable business models, knowledge and expertise in this nascent industry are still a big challenge and often an obstacle for a successful start up of VF projects. There are a few best practices to follow because up to now there are no readymade solutions; each project needs its individual, local adaption to the market, the region and customers. Another challenge is the interdisciplinary knowledge like engineering, software, horticulture, architecture, plant science and LED knowhow you need to set up a vertical farm.

Our Work