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How To Start Agribusiness Company In Kenya

When planning to start your agribusiness company, you’ll need to take some few things into consideration before you start off. It is important that you consider to do some research to check the viability of the business and find out the demand and supply in the market for your products.

You’ll also need to write a business plan, it doesn’t need to be a complicated one. your business plan will help you know where you’ll start your business, it will give you an outlook projection of costs that you will incur in lease of land (if any), purchasing equipments, licenses, insurances among others.

I would recommend you work on a cashflow forecast that will allow you to monitor your cash flow of your agribusiness.

Don’t go to a bank to ask for money to start your agribusiness if you do not necessarily need to. First, try and exhaust other options such as savings, family and friends support.

I will take you through the steps you will need to take to register your limited company that you can start trading.

Getting Registered

Here are the requirements you will need to have in order to register agribusiness limited company in Kenya;

Company Name – you can perform your name search at any Huduma Center around the country or visit eRegistry website. We can also assist you to check the availability for your company name by filling the order form below.

Director details – to start a limited company, you will need to have a minimum of at least 1 director. You will also require to provide residential address for each director/shareholder.

Proof of identity documents – all director(s)/shareholder(s) are required to provide copy of ID/Passport, copy of KRA PIN certificate (Kenyan citizens only) and passport photo (coloured with clear background).

Company Details – you will need to list some of the business activities that you doing, such as chicken farming, buying and selling fruits, exporting flowers etc.

Share allocation – if you business will only have 1 director, then you can allocate 100% (1,000 shares) to yourself. However, if you have more business partners who would like to start the business with you, then you can allocate shares to each business partner, for example – Director 1 – 40% (400 shares), Director 2 – 30% (300 shares), Director 3 – 30% (300 shares). The total number of shares allocation should not exceed 1,000 unless you are looking to increase your nominal share capital for your agribusiness. Please note that if you increase your nominal share capital, then your stamp duty cost will increase.

KRA PIN Details – to register a company PIN, the company director(s) will need to provide their KRA PIN, location of where the business will be operating from, even if it is going to be stating from your home.

Government Tenders – If you are looking to supply the government with your products, you will need to pre-qualify your company with the respective procurement departments. However, you can also register your company with AGPO that will allow you to apply for 30% preserved Government Tenders that are only available for youth (Age 18-35), women or persons with disability.

Are You Ready? Register Your Company Today!

We are excited that you want to register your limited company and we are happy to get everything started so you can start trading soon. Here are the step by step guide on how we will assist you to register your limited company;

Step 1: Pricing Plans

You will need to select which registration package you prefer;

Lite Plan – Ksh. 20,000 – Includes Company Name Search, Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum, CR12 Letter only.

Premium Plan – Ksh. 40,000 – Includes Company Name Search, Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum, CR12 Letter, Company KRA PIN, VAT Registration, Tax Compliance Certificate Registration, Lipa Na Mpesa Account Registration, Business Cash Advance Facility, Masterpass QR Registration, Website Design, SSL Certificate for Website, Domain Name (.COM or .CO.KE), Web Hosting (10GB Diskspace), Unlimited Company Email Accounts, Logo Design, Business Card Design, Letterhead Design and Business Consultancy.

Step 2: Requirement Form

Please download and fill this Requirement Form below with your information.

Click on this link to download the Company Registration Requirements Form [Word Version, 3 Pages, Size: 23KB]

Step 3: Registration Order

Once you complete your company requirement form, you will need to upload it on the registration order below and submit your order.

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Please only fill this registration order if you have your payment and requirements ready to begin your company registration today.

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Here is to your success in starting your agribusiness.

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About Enock Kiprono

Enock Kiprono is the founder of Fenesi.com & Dealpoa.com. He loves to connect with entrepreneurs that are success driven, passionate, action-taking whose goal is to make a difference in the business world!

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