Shamali Naik

Shamali is a Business Analyst at Farrelly & Mitchell and is highly experienced in creating proposals and client pitches aimed at both private and public sector clients. Dedicated to advisory and research support for diverse projects in the food & agribusiness industries.

She has a particular focus on AgTech, FoodTech, due diligence, market studies, feasibility studies, strategy development, business start-up and expansion, project implementation and various M&A mandates for corporate, private equity and government sector clients worldwide 
 
Shamali is also engaged in digital marketing to support business development activities for the consultancy. Prior to taking up her role at Farrelly & Mitchell, she consulted as part of the Commercial Marketing Strategy Development Team at Irish Food Start-up, Strong Roots. She was also a Youth Council Member at the US Embassy to Ireland.

Shamali holds an MSc in Food Business Strategy from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School in Dublin, Ireland and a Bachelor in Technology in Food Technology from Shivaji University in Kolhapur, India.

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Sustainability & ESG

2021 ESG trends: The cost of failing to integrate sustainability into agribusinesses

Trends show continued momentum behind ethically run food. Failing to integrate sustainability into an investment has consequences.

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Sustainability & ESG

A dilemma for ESG investors: Balancing local food autonomy and global supply chain advantages

Food production has a wide range of impacts which are difficult to measure, making it unclear whether individual investment in food meet ESG criteria.

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Shamali Naik

Shamali is a Business Analyst at Farrelly & Mitchell and is highly experienced in creating proposals and client pitches aimed at both private and public sector clients. Dedicated to advisory and research support for diverse projects in the food & agribusiness industries.

She has a particular focus on AgTech, FoodTech, due diligence, market studies, feasibility studies, strategy development, business start-up and expansion, project implementation and various M&A mandates for corporate, private equity and government sector clients worldwide 
 
Shamali is also engaged in digital marketing to support business development activities for the consultancy. Prior to taking up her role at Farrelly & Mitchell, she consulted as part of the Commercial Marketing Strategy Development Team at Irish Food Start-up, Strong Roots. She was also a Youth Council Member at the US Embassy to Ireland.

Shamali holds an MSc in Food Business Strategy from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School in Dublin, Ireland and a Bachelor in Technology in Food Technology from Shivaji University in Kolhapur, India.

We help food and agriculture businesses to sustainably grow

Connect with us

Featured publications

Sustainability & ESG

2021 ESG trends: The cost of failing to integrate sustainability into agribusinesses

Trends show continued momentum behind ethically run food. Failing to integrate sustainability into an investment has consequences.

Blog

Sustainability & ESG

A dilemma for ESG investors: Balancing local food autonomy and global supply chain advantages

Food production has a wide range of impacts which are difficult to measure, making it unclear whether individual investment in food meet ESG criteria.

Blog

Sustainability & ESG

A sustainable green revolution for Africa

Rather than copying India’s Green Revolution, African countries should learn from those mistakes, look to raise productivity levels without harming natural resources. 

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