MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, FINANCE
We are proud that we have signed an agreement with four Malawian partners. For these cases we believe it will work out and a sustainable and profitable business will grow the coming years. Being a partner it means that Accesserator is co-owner of these companies, having a minority of shares.
At this moment we are partner in Lelembwe Dairy Farm in Thyolo, together with Henry Chipwere. The animal house is build and the first cows are there, producing milk. Next step is buying extra cows from revenues of milk production to grow the business steadily.
A start-up for professional production of eggs and chicken meat in the area of Blantyre. After signing an agreement with Godfrey Mfiti and attracting enough investors the deep litters were built very fast. At the moment the batches of chicks are raised and sold on weekly basis.
A start-up for honey production on a professional scale. The idea is to manage up to 200 bee hives in Nkhata Bay area and sell honey of an own brand, export quality. We came to an agreement with Lenford Msukwa and the first hives are hanging in the forest.
A start-up for a goat farm in Salima for production of milk and meat in combination with sweet potatoes. Selling livestock and milk at first to grow to a farm with its own butchery.
Status: Farm is under construction and already 150 goats are there.
Business upgrade in irrigated farming. Production of fruits and vegetables for market in the capital of Lilongwe, using land close to a river and an irrigation system. Status: Irrigation system and greenhouse are constructed, first crops to be harvested soon.
Scale-up of combined farm activities and the ambition to sell products in own outlet in Lilongwe town. Some products to become a renowned, national brand with a vision for a better environment. Status: Animal houses are constructed, first livestock and vegetables are growing well.
Scale-up of exisiting microfinance institution to shift activities providing small loans to entrepreneurs. Status: agreement is signed with Patrick Namakhoma and Goodwell Logeya has been identified to lead daily operations.
Revival of milk processing in Mzuzu for production of fresh milk, yoghurt, chambiko and more. Products to be sold as an own brand to supermarkets and others. Status: Partnership agreement signed with Denis Chitowe and equipment is ordered from China.
We are always working on more partnerships to raise a next viable company in Malawi. For cases we believe it will work out, we intensively and seriously discuss those business cases with our partners. These prospects are the cases we hope to become a partnership soon.
Start-up for large scale organic production of garlic and potatoes under irrigation to sell at once on wholesale. Status: feasibility is studied together with Emanuel Kachala.
Start-up for production of fertilized eggs, day-old chicks and 6 week old local chicken in Blantyre surroundings. Filling in the shortage of good quality chicks for professional farmers. Status: case is discussed with Felix Makondi.
Start-up to produce cooking oil from Malawian products as sunflowers, ground nuts and soya beans. With the ambition to become the biggest cooking oil producer of Malawi, and the first Malawian owned. Status: feasibility is studied together with George Phuza.
Scale-up for production of steel furniture in Lilongwe by buying professional equipment for bending and coating to improve quality. Status: feasibility is studied together with Andrew Chalamanda.
Scale-up for a business specialized in small scaled solar solutions. Offering all households affordable solar power and expand to more professionals systems for bigger buildings like offices and hospitals. Status: feasibilty is studied together with Maynard Nyirenda.
We are building our network in Malawi and are always looking for interesting business cases with Malawian partners. We have over 70 Malawians who showed interest in working with us. For cases that seem promising we intend to start a discussion that partner soon. Our capacity is limited so we fail to start all the discussions at once. Cases on our long list are our prospects of tomorrow.
These are the organisations we work with