Our consultancy work brings agricultural innovations to the field.
With our network of international technology providers and knowledge institutes we pave the way for technologies that improve the social, environmental and financial sustainability of fresh produce chains in South-East Asia.
We are inspired by the World Economic Forum's New Vision for Agriculture which sets the target to increase agricultural production by 20% while decreasing emissions by 20% and reducing rural property by 20% every decade.
Our drive to professionalise and innovate in agricultural value chains is part of our company DNA. Its origins are rooted in Triple20's predecessor company Fresh Studio Innovations which was founded in 2005 in Davao City as professional R&D service provider. In 2012 the European affiliate opened its doors in Wageningen connecting various Dutch technology providers and knowledge institutes to the growing fresh produce markets in South-East Asia.
In 2014 a cut was made by setting up Tripe20 B.V. as independent consultancy company with a strong focus on international technology development and sustainable agro-value chains.
Hanneke has worked for over 6 years in Asia and Latin America. She joined Fresh Studio Philippines in 2006, focussing on Fairtrade certification, fruit sourcing and extension systems. Since 2009 she led the team in the Philippines (30+ employees).
In Europe Hanneke works as a managing consultant for a biotech start-up and assesses product commercialization possibilities (fungicides, fertilizers, soil amendments) for business partners in South-East Asia.
Hanneke has a degree in agricultural extension systems (MSc Wageningen University) and mechanical engineering & management (Ing. Fontys University Eindhoven).
Philip joined the Fresh Studio team in 2008. In the Philippines he worked on various projects involving farmer extension, precision agriculture and field information systems in banana production. Also Philip was the company's quality manager and lead auditor in charge.
Back in Europe he works on the Facility for Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Food Security project (FDOV), geo-information project, value chain analysis and others.
Philip's educational background is Rural Sociology (MSc Wageningen UR) and Geo-information & Environmental Planning (Grad. Engineer TU-Berlin).