Successful projects, collaborations and business advisory services not only assist smallholder farmers and agri-entrepreneurs in making substantial and sustainable profit, they also assist them in doing it more efficiently. Preparing Farmers and agri-entrepreneurs for a successful future beyond the terms of a contract, project or collaboration is not always easy. This course gives you the knowledge and tools to make real impact and develop longterm business relationships.
Welcome to our 'Making Agribusiness Work' course, which will help you to contribute to local entrepreneurial development and food security. Over the years, iCRA experienced that many business advisory services and organisations find it hard to attract new clients and projects. They need to invest a lot of time in search for new funding, while they rather use that time to support small-scale producers and processors - and doing the work they love and do best.
The secret of successful service providers is that they go beyond a one-of-training and invest in sustainable and financially viable relations.
The course will provide you with concrete skills that you may immediately apply in your work:
Week 1 - Business concepts & skills
Week 2 - Brokering and facilitation skills
Very practical and necessary for innovation strategies in agribusiness enterprises. Uses real life situations and examples to bring theory into reality. The reality of life.
- Flaviano Chikonyora: iCRA Alumni Kenya course 2018
The course is specially designed for professionals who...
This course is a recognised NUFFIC course and therefore qualifies for OKP & MENA Scholarships. Each course participant will receive a certificate of attendance after successfully completing the course.
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