FARM-GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES is a subsidiary of Darbot one-stop technology hub (a registered technology company with registration number BN 2453008) which is aimed at creating agricultural-oriented applications and trainings to contribute to value-added agricultural businesses in Nigeria.
It will be committed to developing interactive teaching and learning solutions for farmers and intending farmers in Nigeria, by adopting ICT through the utilization of multimedia technology to provide a viable and sustainable innovation that will stimulate the Nigerian and African economy in the short term and long term with the following objectives:
A) To stimulate innovative production among the youths, thereby, creating an image of entrepreneurial young farmers and increasing their social status.
B) To provide existing farmers with quality agricultural information such as input supply, service delivery, output and processing and markets through a well-developed value-chain system.
C) To improve access to Agricultural Extension Service and Research Innovations.
The purpose of this application is to obtain financing in form of grant in the amount of 5,000 dollars only to startup the programme.
Primarily profit would be made from our desktop services, application download, shortcode subscription on a mobile platform, training & training materials including videos, consultation, etc.
Additional profit would be made from adverts on our site. Charges will be $5,000 per month for a 728 by 90 banner advert, some client reportedly pays $60,000 for the whole year. $250 will be charge per sponsored post and we can get about 5 to 10 of this per day. Also, A monthly income of $20,000 to $80,000 from Google AdSense.
1. Easy and cheap to use technology, does not necessarily require call credit or internet access to use.
2. The farmers can interact in any of the three major languages in Nigeria.
3. High profitability and revenue
1. External business risks
2. Geographically, farmers are dispersed and unorganized.
3. Most rural farmers are computer illiterates.
1. Large global/internet markets
2. Growth rates and profitability
3. Income level is at a constant increase
1. Inconsistent government regulations and policies
2. Technology licensing services
3. Inadequate power supply