Young Farmers Forum, Nyeri Chapter

KenyanFarmer.com, a Sprintdeals Venture, invites you to a half-day Young Farmers Forum event, Nyeri Chapter. This event, which will be held on Saturday 26th September, 2015 at The Kenya National Library Service Hall in Nyeri town, at 8.00am, will be a very empowering one for both aspiring and seasoned farmers.

 

Among the topics that will be discussed includes:

  • Modern farming methods that are wildly profitable
  • The best markets for your farm produce
  • How and where to get financing for your farming ventures
  • How to start small and scale up your farming venture
  • Space or no space; learn how to maximize your profits from farming
  • Produce More, Sell More; take advantage of current information technology advancements

 

The event will also incorporate a lot of motivational speaking and business insights to allow the young farmers to see their farming ventures as serious business entities that can make them successful and wealthy.

 

Among the panel guests present will be:

  • Steve Muthusi – Motivational Speaker & Personal Development Coach, Kenya
  • John Chau – IT Expert, founder – kenyanfarmer.com
  • Brian Wanjohi – Dog Rearing and Experienced Farmer, Kenya
  • Erastus Muthura – A Banker, Financial Consultant, Kenya
  • Mr. Nyaga – County Executive for Agriculture, Nyeri County
  • Mr. Njugi – Dairy Goats Association of Kenya, Nyeri Branch Coordinator

 

Entry is FREE courtesy of Sprintdeals Ventures and Partners.

All invited guests are requested to be at the venue and seated by 8.15 am. Please confirm your attendance by sending your full name via text to, or by calling 0724 353 993 on or before Thursday 24nd September, 2015 at 3pm because space is very limited. Invite a friend and let them confirm attendance by the same timelines too.

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

Event Testimonials – What Attendees Said:

“It was a fruitful day, very educative” – Winnibeth Gacheru, Nyeri

“Good Exposure” – John C. Mbogo, Nyeri

“It was well organized and I learnt a lot concerning modern farming. Kenyan Farmer Forums keep it up. Good and timely help for farmers.” – Doreen Gacheri, Nyeri

“Thanks Young Farmers Forum for helping the farmer on exploring new methods of farming.” – Charity Wanjiru, Nyeri

“Quite enlightening. An awesome start.” – Denis Kariuki, Nyeri

“So educative, encouraging and enlightening.” – Ngila Nicholas, Karatina

“The motivational speaker was wow! Kenyan Farmer got us just the right mix of experts to motivate us back to successful farming.” – Nelson Kigo, Nyeri

Learn About Kenyan Farmer’s Young Farmers Forums Here.

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