Agro-Service Investment Project for Creating self-Reliant Villages

Opportunity Snapshot

  • Country: India India
  • Industry: Agriculture
  • Stage: Seed
  • Investment size: $500,000 / min. $50,000
  • Type of investment: Debt

Investment Opportunity

The investment project aims at making self-reliant villages in Kerala state, India. In order to set up the base the project needs $50,000 USD in a Panchayath area.

The project is to be implemented in three stages or phases. The first phase is setting the platform for the project - public service centres in each ward of Maneed, Panchayath initially, and to spread it to all other Panchayaths successively. The second phase is to implement infrastructural development for procurement and the third phase is to implement the project of retailing.

Each public service centre shall act as the base access point of the project. In order to set up the base the project needs $50,000 USD in a Panchayath area. The entire amount is to procure assets for the project. In the second phase a power generation unit based on biogas, a fertilizer making unit, a rice dehiscing unit is to be erected. It costs $250,000 USD. In the third phase retail units are to be set up based on each public service centre. The project costs $200,000 USD.

The project will begin to generate income from the second month of the inception of the first phase/ if this project is implemented, it will of course be only one of its kind in the world. The investor shall get interest for his investment. If he/she is an importer of food products, fully organically made food produces shall be supplied to him/her on reasonable terms. If the investor is running BPO, he or she shall be able to access the service potentiality of the service centres.

By accepting the marketing of the produces, the investor shall be able to make profit in addition to the interest they receive. Interested investors can receive more information if they contact me on Merar.

Competitive Advantage

The project has nothing to fear, as there is none in the field with these concepts. As it makes all farmers active beneficiaries of the project, the competitiveness of the project is beyond comparison.

Rationale for the deal

This project aims at avoiding the inevitable food-water war for survival. The project is unique and the result of the research for the past twenty-five years.

Use of financing

The entire amount is to procure fixed assets and not to spend otherwise.

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