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Agribusiness Investors Summit 2018

A Summit uniquely designed to expose you to buyers of your produce, access credible information and guidance from successful investors in the agribusiness sector and network with like minded investors to expand your vision and influence. Early bird registration (before 31st January 2018): Ksh. 5,000 Late Registration 6,000 Marketplace Trader Fee: Ksh. 7,500 Key Areas of Focus: Apiculture Dairy Farming …

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Youth: Nandi County Pitch Competition

StartUpAfrica in conjunction with its sponsor, Ms. Nancy Mwirotsi, a Nandi County Diaspora member based in the USA, is proud to announce the 1st Annual StartUpAfrica Nandi County Pitch Competition for Nandi County-based startup entrepreneurs to identify innovative solutions for the agriculture sector in Nandi. Entrants gain practical insights about starting and growing a business, while using the comprehensive small …

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Invitation to the Exploring International Markets Breakfast Roundtable

How do you as an investor leverage on the opportunities in the export markets to reap the highest returns from your agribusiness investments? How do you go about setting up a successful export business?  Strathmore Business School invites you to a Exploring International Markets – Breakfast Roundtable  on Thursday, November 30th 2017 from 7:15am to 11:30am, where we will discuss why the right product, the right …

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Highlights: World Food Day Event Held in Eldoret

Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Willy Bett has assured that the country has sufficient food to feed every Kenyan. Speaking during the marking of world food day on November 8 at Mama Sarah Boit Kapsuswa Farm in Sugoi Location, Turbo Sub County, Uasin Gishu County, Bett said no Kenyan has died of hunger this year saying with the ongoing harvesting season across …

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Save Big With The New GF1 Solar Water Pump

Solar Powered Water Pumps have always been out of reach to small scale farmers in Kenya. The cost of solar pumps in Kenya in Kenya usually range above Ksh 100,000 a figure many small scale farmers in Kenya can barely afford. However, thanks to innovations in technology, Graduate Farmer has launched a new affordable solar pump called the GF1 Solar …

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Tomato Farmers Are The Future Millionares

Kenya has serious tomato shortage .This problem creates a business opportunity for farmers in Kenya to venture in tomato farming. The tomato fruit is the most consumed fruit eaten by millions of Kenyans every day. It’s mostly all Kenyan dishes and remains a regular ingredient in many delicacies and dishes across the country and continent. Sadly, despite its demand in …

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Africa’s Growth lies with Smallholder Farmers

As the world’s population surges towards 9 billion by midcentury, food production has failed to keep pace, creating rising food shortages and a global food crisis ahead, according to the United Nations. To avoid mass starvation, the world needs to produce 70 per cent more food by 2050. The greatest potential to deliver that growth exists in Africa. The African …

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Startup Grind Hosts Mercy Kimallel Eldoret

DATE: JULY 28, 2017 TIME: 5:00 PM Mercy Kimallel Popularly known as chepkuku, is the proprietor at Soti kuku. She starts her business right from the rearing of the chicken to getting the product to the consumer; a complete value chain. She is a renowned agripreneur and admired business woman who is respected for her professionalism. Sotikuku farm started in …

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Jumia to sell maize flour at Ksh 45 between July 3-9

via Standard Media Online retailer Jumia will offer a 50 per cent discount on a 2kg packet of maize flour on its platform between July 3 and 9. The offer, which is a partnership between the online retailer and Tuskys Supermarket, will be part of activities to mark the Jumia Anniversary Week. Jumia Vendor Relations Manager Benard Kimutai said the …

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