Agri-business project worth funding.

by Solomon Kamau
(Murang`a county, Kenya.)

Tomato Farming.

Tomato Farming.

Tomato Farming. Strawberries. Fresh green vegetables. Example of a greenhouse.

The agribusiness venture involves horticultural farming and selling the farm produce in the ready and established market. Contract farming is also in place. This is an arrangement where buyers sign a contract to purchase all the farm produce when the harvest is due. This project will also create employment opportunities to local communities.
On the management team, plans are already in place to hire very competent managers who have made great achievements in recognized companies and are willing to offer their firsthand experience in this project and drive it into an Agricultural Farm.
I am the founder and owner of this agribusiness project. I have over 10 years experience in horticulture. I have passion and find fulfilment in horticulture. I have done sound research and completed project feasibility
studies which clearly shows this is a viable business venture. The demand for these horticultural products continues to rise and the existing horticultural farmers have never been able to satisfy this demand. This has created a ripe opportunity for me to do business. I have gone right ahead to ensure that all the arrangements, compliance and preparations are in place. The planting season is now due. I am therefore confident that what is required right now is funding. The required funding is GBP 50,000 with no upfront payments. This is how the funds will be used;

1.Building greenhouse, 20,000
2.Purchasing greenhouse equipments, 5000
3. Working capital 20,000
4. A comprehensive insurance cover for the project to cater for any unforeseen risk, 5000.

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