Studies

Consultancy for study of Value Chains:

The contract will be put out to bid for suitably qualified institution and consulting company, for study of some 20 value chains and the communication of the findings to the sector and to ATMA agri-business advisors. Major important crops including cereals, pulses, oilseeds, fruits and vegetables and flowers will be covered in value chain analysis. These will include sorghum, wheat, maize, rice, pulses, soybean, sunflower, mango, banana, grapes, pomegranate, orange, guava, cashew nuts, tomato, onion, okra, brinjal, cauliflower and exotic flowers. The value chains studies will be shared with ATMA. These studies would generate model Project reports under each value chain to be adopted by prospective agri-business entrepreneurs.
 
Consultancy for Stud y of New Business Models:

The contract will be put out to bid for suitably qualified institutions and consulting company for the study of new business models promoted by the project, identifying key factors of success and failure and explaining the financial needs and returns of the studied new marketing venture. This is likely to include – FCSC, E-Trading and the role of local aggregators to consolidate smaller farmers’ produce so that they are able to take advantage of the new financial instruments that are emerging, the economics and business models of APMCs providing productive services, e.g. cold stores, pack houses, ripening rooms. Outcome of such studies will be seminars and outline business plans for use by SP, investors, APMCs, Financial institutions to reduce the risk and increase in knowledge for future similar investments. .
 
Major studies are as described in further pages (check related pages links).

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Consultancy for study of Value Chains:

The contract will be put out to bid for suitably qualified institution and consulting company, for study of some 20 value chains and the communication of the findings to the sector and to ATMA agri-business advisors. Major important crops including cereals, pulses, oilseeds, fruits and vegetables and flowers will be covered in value chain analysis. These will include sorghum, wheat, maize, rice, pulses, soybean, sunflower, mango, banana, grapes, pomegranate, orange, guava, cashew nuts, tomato, onion, okra, brinjal, cauliflower and exotic flowers. The value chains studies will be shared with ATMA. These studies would generate model Project reports under each value chain to be adopted by prospective agri-business entrepreneurs.
 
Consultancy for Stud y of New Business Models:

The contract will be put out to bid for suitably qualified institutions and consulting company for the study of new business models promoted by the project, identifying key factors of success and failure and explaining the financial needs and returns of the studied new marketing venture. This is likely to include – FCSC, E-Trading and the role of local aggregators to consolidate smaller farmers’ produce so that they are able to take advantage of the new financial instruments that are emerging, the economics and business models of APMCs providing productive services, e.g. cold stores, pack houses, ripening rooms. Outcome of such studies will be seminars and outline business plans for use by SP, investors, APMCs, Financial institutions to reduce the risk and increase in knowledge for future similar investments. .
 
Major studies are as described in further pages (check related pages links).

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