Archive for the ‘Agribusiness & Food’ category
Non-profit fund boss advocates using the principles of business to advance a meaningful cause.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s strong economic growth over the past decade has failed to adequately address poverty.
“If your only motivation is to make money then you are getting into the wrong business.”
“Instead of giving handouts, we invest in farmers to generate a permanent gain in income.”
Lord David Sainsbury’s Msingi will support new companies in key sectors.
Gilani Gourmet’s business is growing as more people are able to afford pets and better pet food.
Investment flows into Africa often don’t match up to the positive sentiment about the continent.
Private equity firm says forestry in Africa is not an easy business.
Eco Fuels Kenya produces organic fertilisers and biofuel from the Croton nut.
“We as Nigerians always believe that foreign brands are better than locally made brands… which poses a challenge to us.”
Better farming methods and political commitment are ways to improve the agricultural industry.
With clients around the world and across Africa, Feed Green Ethiopia Exports is seeing business success.
With its land and water resources, Africa has the potential to feed itself and become an exporter.
African cocoa farmers see tiny portion of profits from finished products.
African agribusiness is set for a huge leap, according to a World Bank report.