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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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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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Starting out in farming may be hard but never give up!

There are hundreds of success stories in newspapers or online platforms dedicated to agribusiness success stories in Kenya. But not many who are interviewed in these farming success stories will stand up and talk about how their agribusiness ventures failed, how that actually feels, and how they are dealing with it. It’s simply not very ‘empowering’ or inspirational…but it needs …

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Reaching Women and Youth: AFA Annual Learning Event

On Monday 6th December 2016, Graduate Farmer’s Founder and Managing Director Joseph Boit had an opportunity to be a panelist in a workshop on Reaching Youth and Women to empower them through agriculture. The workshop was part of a learning platform to share insights and learn about providing digital financial and information services to smallholder farmers. AgriFin Accelerate, a development …

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How to start farming with little to no Capital

Finding capital in Kenya to start farming is one of the most frustrating things you can ever do. The Kenyan government has launched many funding schemes over the years that are mandated to cater for the youth but when you slow down, assess yourself as an individual and think…they have never helped you in any way. For that matter they …

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Agribusiness is the answer to youth unemployment in Kenya

With the increase rate of unemployment levels among the youth in the country, farming will be the best option to venture in. Farming provides the youth a viable way to earn success by creating a pool of employment.  Agriculture is not yet explored fully and needs young brain power to do research and ensure modern techniques are utilized in production. …

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