Vermi-Comp

Vermi-Comp

Vermi-Comp Ltd Protecting Soil and Sustaining Food Security Name business: Vermi-Comp Entrepreneur: Muvunyi Dieudonne Sector: Agriculture Country: Rwanda Finance need: 60,410 USD Year of establishment: 2014 After each completed their masters in Biotechnology in India, Muvunyi Diudonne and his team decided to bring the technology of vermicomposting to their homeland of Rwanda. Vermi-Comp uses the process to break down organic materials through the use of various worms to create “worm castings”, which is a nutrient rich organic substance ready to be added to soil. Using this new technology, Vermi-Comp is far ahead of its local competitors that still use traditional methods. If the investment need is met, all proceeds will go to fixed assets in the form of equipment to increase total production and profitability. Go back to the investor trip page. Would you like to know more about this business? Contact...
Panovita Company

Panovita Company

Panovita Company Business in agriculture & food processing Name business: Panovita Company Ltd. Entrepreneur: Jean Bosco Bizmana Sector: Agro-Processing Country: Rwanda Finance need: 191,016 USD Year of establishment: 2011 Entrepreneur Jean Bosco Bizmana started Panovita in 2011 with the sole purpose of battling the malnutrition rates in Rwanda among infants by producing high caloric wheat based products, including porridge. Production is currently focused on the Rwandan market, including households, schools, hospitals and non-government organizations that focus on food provision. However, Panovita Company wishes to expand to neighboring countries. Investments will be used to raise the working capital and to be able to purchase new machinery for production. Go back to the overview of all businesses. Go back to the investor trip page. Would you like to know more about this business? Contact...
Hollanda FairFoods

Hollanda FairFoods

Hollanda FairFoods Business in agriculture & food processing Name business: Hollanda FairFoods Entrepreneur: Thijs Boer & Pascal Murasira Sector: food processing Country: Rwanda Year of establishment: start-up As the first commercial potato chip company of Rwanda, Hollanda FairFoods produces Rwandan-grown Irish potatoes to sell as potato crisps on the Rwandan cradle-to-cradle packaging domestic market. These healthy crisps will be exported to the East African regional and global markets in the long term. The startup funds are treated purely as start-up expenses and initial working capital. Go back to the overview of all businesses. Go back to the investor trip page. Would you like to know more about this business? Contact...
Agasaro Organic

Agasaro Organic

Agasaro Organic Business in food processing Name business: Agasaro Organic Entrepreneur: Isabelle Uzumukunda Sector: food processing Country: Rwanda Finance need: 202,898 USD Year of establishment: 2007 Agasaro Organic is an organic food processing company whose products all derive from pineapples. The main products are juice, jam, wine, dried fruit, and biscuits of pineapple. Isabelle and her team have gained enough market acceptance that they primarily sell wholesale or retail with only about 30 to 40% of the products going to households. Agasaro is the only organic producer of pineapple products; all competitors still use non-organic processes which allow Agasaro to have a large competitive advantage. Isabelle Uzamukunda has a bachelor’s degree in management and over 7 years of experience within the organic food processing industry while still taking care of her two children. This makes her an ideal candidate for future investment opportunities. By filling the investment need, Agasaro Organic will be able to increase its production capabilities, increase the standard of packaging for its juice and jams and be able to invest heavily in international marketing. Go back to the overview with all businesses Would you like to know more about this business? Contact...