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Hive Seven
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Hive Seven is a company owned by Harry Kuhudzehwe which will be venturing in the honey business. The company will buy and process honey. Both raw and processed honey will be sold. The company intends to venture into beekeeping production and manufacturing of other bee-related products in the near future.
Hive Seven's market research, marketing strategies and financial projections as detailed in the company's business plan indicate that this will be a profitable venture that is able to repay donations and/or investor funds.
$1,029
Goal: $11,995
Eggyvibe Poultry
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Charity and Luke Kangausaru are the owners of Eggyvibe Poultry and will be venturing free range eggs, broilers, day old chicks and chicken feed production.
Eggyvibe has found that free range chickens produce healthier eggs and reduce production costs.  Their marketing strategies and financial projections as detailed in the company's business plan indicate that this will be a profitable venture that is able to repay donations and/or investor funds.
$29
Goal: $10,000
BAIZIM
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BAIZIM is owned by Pedzisai Sibanda. The company's core business will be raising rare breeds of goats on a commercial scale.
Pedzisai developed a passion for goat rearing; particularly breeds which are not commonly found in Zimbabwe, which are better suited for their meat and milk. The business will break even for the first year while it builds up it's goat stock, after which it will be in a better position to make greater profits. It will be able to pay back all loans and capital.
$29
Goal: $2,550
Kinematix
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Kinematix is a registered company owned by Godfrey Mabvundwi and specializes in machine design, manufacturing and engineering.
The business mostly builds small maputi guns, peanut butter processing machines, stock feed pelletizing machines, plastic shredding and chipping machines, sachet filling machines as well as an assortment of other mostly agricultural machines. The business will become self sustainable after the first month of trading and requires funding to help revive and increase it's production.
$29
Goal: $12,000