Nigeria’s agricultural sector has over the years developed many excellent visions, policies, strategies and plans, but the sector is still not achieving its potential and growth targets. The agribusiness sector – which comprises all businesses involved in agricultural production, including farming and contract farming, seed supply, agrochemicals, farm machinery, wholesale and distribution, processing, marketing and retail sales – not taking off? The answer is that, like many good ideas that don’t quite flourish without a catalyst, the agribusiness sector needs a little help to realize its true potential.
We at Bellnest identifies, analyses and overcomes the systemic bottlenecks that stand in the way of realizing Nigeria’s enormous entrepreneurial potential. We proposes concrete and strategic actions that will enable Agribusiness entrepreneurs to take on the opportunities of local, national, regional and international markets. We propose how to introduce the systems and structures needed to bring about a dynamic and competitive agribusiness sector in Nigeria, thereby make existing systems work more flexible and adaptively suit changing conditions in a way that can exploit new market opportunities.
We identify gaps and leverage on opportunities to solve problems that young agribusiness entrepreneurs in Nigeria face, such as inadequate business training, access to information, access to finance as well as providing solutions to key goals of the global agenda.
“Africa is currently importing food worth $35billion annually and this figure could hit $110 billion by 2025 if concerted efforts are not made by concerned authorities and other stakeholders to halt the unacceptable trend” (AfDB) President, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina.
We at Bellnest realize the urgent need to create opportunities for young people as entrepreneurs, especially in agriculture, to lift Africa from hunger and poverty by creating employment and realizing food security as well as achieving the SDG Goal of Zero Hunger
Partner with us and together we can reach a growing number of under-served young people, empowering them to build enterprises, create new employment opportunities and become inspirational role models for others.
- Remove barriers and create incentives for the private sector to invest in agribusiness and related business opportunities;
- Invest public resources more strategically to trigger growth in agribusiness;
- Make agribusiness systems more competitive, easily adaptable and ‘fleet footed’ in order to deal with dynamic markets and the opportunities they bring;
- Encourage institutional frameworks, which enable all actors to utilize market opportunities.
- Use the tools of value chain analysis to elaborate growth strategies;
- Organize, supervise, and manage farm production effectively and profitably;
- Initiate, organize, and manage small agribusiness projects;
- Provide tools for supporting small scale businesses in rural areas;
- Plan and organize small and large agriculture enterprises with an emphasis on the entrepreneurial concept;
- Improve communication and management skills.
Development of knowledge, attitude, and skills of the workforce for enhancing the abilities to achieve the short-term and long-term goals on organizational as well as personal levels, capacity building broadly covers the inabilities of all employees and develops the desirable skills and attitude, which enable them to accomplish suitable tasks efficiently
Our capacity to train people, organizations and society systematically to stimulate and develop their capability over time to achieve social and economic goals, including through improvement of knowledge, skills, systems, and institutions within a wider social and cultural enabling environment"
We at Bellnest do give capacity building at Individual Level, Institutional Level and Societal Level
At Individual level Bellnest develop conditions that enable individuals to build and enhance existing knowledge and skills, also provide conditions that will allow individuals to engage in the process of learning and adapting to change
At Institutional level capacity building Bellnest involve modernizing existing institutions and supporting them in forming sound policies, organizational structures, and effective methods of management and revenue control.
At Societal Level requires the establishment of strong interactive public administration system that receives feedback from the population and makes public administrators more accountable and responsive is the goal.
The Business environment is faced with a myriad of challenges which include uncertain economic climates, unpredictable economic growth and lack of future visibility, highly dynamic technological environment and increasing competition. As a result companies need to question the potential impact, cost and applicability of their business and technology investments with an aim to be cost- effective.
BELLNEST GLOBAL SERVICES understands these issues and provides business with high quality consulting services through an analytical approach. Our confidence comes from years of experience in strategic advice and implementation which then enables us to deliver sustainable growth and add value to our clients
BELLNEST GLOBAL SERVICES is constantly investing to improve its state-of-the-art knowledge not only in the domains of its core expertise but also in advanced technological areas that would potentially create new business activities, enhancing its service offering.
Our Real Estate Team Leads are members of the Real Estate Developers Associations of Nigeria (REDAN), and have for years been avail in providing a spectrum of service in construction works & Consultancy across building and engineering fields with the ability to make a bench mark. Our firm has developed considerable expertise in the above discipline and other related fields, which power capacity to overtake complex and large assignment with such commitments that meets the demand of our clients.
Nigeria Real Estate sector is growing fast – 6th Largest sector of the economy at about 8.1% of GDP according to world bank estimates, Nigeria still has hosting deficit of about 17million units which will require over $390 Billion to fix.
Our focus is to establish lasting relationships with our clients by exceeding their expectations and gaining their trust through exceptional performance of our entire team. While we aspire to be the contractor and employer of choice via consistency delivering successful and innovative capital projects.
Our operations cut across a wide range of services with a reputation for good quality service and prompt delivery. The success are: Construction, Real Estate and Property Development, Architectural Designs and 3 dimensional design.