Nigeria is the highest cassava producer in the world, producing a third more than Brazil and almost double the production capacity of Thailand and Indonesia. She currently produces about 42 million metric tonnes (MT) per annum; a figure expected to double by 2020. Although the world leader in cassava production, Nigeria is not an active participant in cassava trade in the international markets because most of her cassava is targeted at the domestic food market. Her production methods are primarily subsistence in nature and therefore unable to support industrial level demands.
That is why recent and past governments came up with policies to encourage commercial cassava production and processing for both local and international market.
The Government Initiative on Cassava, which was launched in 2003 brought cassava and its potentials to the national limelight. The Initiative has as a goal, the promotion of cassava as a viable foreign exchange earner for Nigeria, and also the development of the cassava production system in order to sustain the national demand. The challenge, however, is how Nigeria can earn US$5 billion from value added cassava exports by the year 2007. The vision for cassava is that it will spur rural industrial development, helping raise incomes for producers, processors and traders while contributing to the food security status of its producers and consumers, by a shift from cassava as principally a sustenance food to an industrial crop used in the processing of ethanol, starch, pellets, and high quality cassava flour for the export trade. To achieve this goal, Nigeria must adopt a demand-driven approach in promoting, developing and diversifying its cassava-based industries.
If you are interested in starting or growing your cassava business and you need a business plan, we have one for you.
The cassava processing business plan can be presented to any investor, bank loan or for a grant and it comes with a 3 years financial analysis.
The complete cassava processing business plan is in Words Doc format and the financial analysis is in excel so that you can edit it to suit your taste.
The cassava processing business plan is fully updated with current research on how to start a cassava processing business, get the attention of the market, retain them and make huge profits.
The CASSAVA PROCESSING business plan also has in-depth analysis on cassava processing equipment.
3 Years Automated Financial Model in MS Excel with complete industry research.
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Let me give you an idea of what you should expect from the business plan:
1) Table of Contents
2) Executive Summary: The summary includes introduction, products and services description, marketing and sales among others
3) Company Overview: this includes
- Mission Statement
- History and Current Status
- Markets and Products
- Keys to success
- Cost summary
4) Product description: All our products are described including other unique features.
5) Industry and Market Analysis
- Industry analysis
- Market analysis
- Customer analysis
- Competitor analysis
- SWOT Analysis
6) Marketing Strategy
- Target Market Strategy
- Product/Service Strategy
- Pricing Strategy
- Distribution Strategy
- Advertising and Promotion Strategy
- Sales Strategy
- Marketing and sales Forecasts
- Operations Strategy
- Scope of Operations
- Operating Expenses
- Development Strategy
- Development Timeline
- Development Expenses
- Company Organization
- Management Team
- Administrative Expenses
10) Summary of Financials
- Financial Assumptions
- Financial Forecasts
- Projected Cash Flow
- Income statement
iii. Balance sheet
- Profit and loss
- Profit Margin, chart etc
- Financial Risks
Support for Product/Service Description (e.g., diagrams, pictures, etc.)
Support for Marketing and Sales Plan
Support for Development Plan
Support for Operations Plan
Resumes of Management Team
- Income Statement [3 years]
- Balance Sheets [3 years]
- Cash Flow Statements [3 years]
- Ratio Analysis [3 years]
- Other supporting financial statements
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I have gone through the financial template and I have made some changes to suit my needs and would present it to my banker next. Am I going to present it together with the financial template or should I only present the business plan?
Can I also send it for you to help me review the financial before I submit?
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