Startup profile: Agricbase — find agricultural tools, resources and connect with like minds

by | Jun 30, 2017

Just as the name implies, Agricbase is a platform for professionals, suppliers, buyers and service providers to exchange ideas, information, products and services related to agriculture.”

Agricbase Homepage

Agricbase Homepage

To deliver on its proposition, Agricbase combines social networking,  business directories, classified products, and tools for agricultural professionals to collaborate with customers.

Agricbase was founded by Shola Onoriemu in February 2017, with John Ademola as the manager, and Billy Malachi as the company’s analyst.

The platform includes professional pages (micro website), products, discussions page, guides from professionals, news, market analysis, weather forecast, and TV. With these Agricbase aims to create a platform like a virtual computer village (locate in Lagos), where you can get any information on agriculture or contact seller for agriculture input, crop, and animal product

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Indeed, obtaining relevant agricultural information could be daunting, especially for aspiring farmers. If they get it right, the platform could prove an  invaluable asset to many agriculturists across Nigeria.

If you wish to connect with like-minded agriculturalists, visit the online platform.


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