Rwanda - Kigali
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How can AZAM monopolize the East African market?
Azam or Bakhresa Grain milling (Rwanda), was incorporated in Rwanda on 9th Jan 2009 with an objective to manufacture quality wheat products to cater to the local demand in Rwanda and export to eastern Congo and Burundi. BGM-Rwanda is proud to be pioneer company setup newly developed special economic zone in Kigali. Azam has the capacity of milling 500tons per day and wheat storage of 12000 tons. Read more: www.bakhresagroup.com Our mission is to be one of the internationally respected and professionally managed company in Africa and to spread wings to the other parts of the globe.
How can Ritver monopolize the paint market in Rwanda?
RITVER Paints & Coating is an Italian painting and architectural coatings firm. The company sells products such as texture paints, decorative finishers and standard immersion among others. Ritver has presence all over the world and is operating in the regional countries such as Uganda and Kenya with plans to start business in both Burundi and Goma in DRC. Mission To provide affordable high-quality paints and painting services in Rwanda and East Africa.
How can 1000Hills Distillery reach and attract more customers?
How can AHC (Alliance for Healthy Communities) effectively communicate HIV/AIDS prevention to the youth of Rwanda with higher risks of being affected?
AHC is an NGO communicating HIV/AIDS prevention within the communities of Rwanda, helping people access information so they can prevent themselves
How can Winnaz become the most popular brand of chips in East Africa?
In 2013 I visited Rwanda to do research for my MSc in Development Economics. The research was about entrepreneurship of potato farmers. My passion for entrepreneurship created many questions about the private sector development of this beautiful country. How is it possible that a country with such fertile soils and so much agriculture has minimum processing and value addition? Asking this question to Rwandans I understood quickly that the investment is too high and difficult to find good machinery. My dream to set up a business in the middle of Africa started. Hollanda Fairfoods, established in 2014, is a Rwandan company with Dutch influences that combines the best of both countries. We created a knowledge and technical ‘bridge’ between the two countries. We invested in machinery from the Netherlands that are tailor-made for the East African market. We also have a constant knowledge and experience transfer between the two countries. Our constant focus on being different through high quality and market creativity makes us believe that we can become the best high quality snack company in East Africa. Hollanda Fairfoods has 40 employees,mainly based in Rwanda Our Potato crisps brand is called “WINNAZ”. Winnaz comes from winners! we have 4 flavours : Orginal(naturel), Salt et vinegar(Sour),Paprika (sweet),packed in 40 and 150 gram bags and new flavour “Pizza” packed in 20 gram and is specially made for kids! Winnaz crisps are available in Rwanda and Uganda and our goal is to explore to Tanzania and Kenya very soon.