Agro-innovation contest to boost agri-businesses in Zimbabwe
October 5, 2011 Editor 0
The website The Standard reports that TechnoServe, an international development organisation whose mission is providing business solutions to poverty in developing countries, recently launched a business plan competition called Agro Innovation Zimbabwe. The Agro Innovation Zimbabwe Business Competition was targeted at existing medium-sized businesses with innovative ideas in agriculture or agri-business. These innovations must include smallholder farmers via out-grower/contract farming models with the potential to influence wider industry development.
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Categories: Open Innovation
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