How InventoryClub works
Here's an overview of how we do what we do
1. Credit Farmer Fund
Members contribute to the Farmers Fund providing finance for seasonal lifecycles of plant-based crops.
2. Work The Land
InventoryClub works with the farmers to ensure international standards are practiced during production.
3. Bag The Harvest
At harvest farmers dry and bag their crop using best practices and innovative crop bags to reduce wastage.
4. Buy Crop From Farmers
Farmers sell their crop at the InventoryClub crop bank where the price is determined according to the grade tests.
5. Store Crop
The crop is stored securely at one of our crop bank and listed on the platform for sale.
6. Share The Profit
At the end of each cycle the profit from the fund are shared between the members of the fund.
We understand the importance of being able to access finance at crucial stages of the season and minimizing crop losses post-harvest. Farmers are at the core of what we do so we commit ourselves to ensuring you are able to maximise productivity, meet international standards and get the best price for your produce.
- Access to input finance
- Good Agricultural Practices training
- Assistance with post-harvest
- Faster pay outs when selling
Whether you’re new to buying and selling physical commodities or you’re an established trader with existing customers InventoryClub wants to become your trusted partner working towards ensuring you get competitive prices and international grade products.
- Meet global demand
- Exceed local expectations
- End-to-End logistics
- International grade products
We are changing the way African commodities are purchased and making it easier to access international grade crops. All of our produce comes with full traceability, so you know where, when and how the product was grown. Our online platform allows you to get what you need at the click of a button.
- Full traceability
- Shop online anytime
- Access hard to reach markets
- Flexible payment terms
There is a need for an alternative funding source to fill the gap affecting African agriculture. Putting your capital to work can fill the unmet trade finance needs and provide a good return on investment. You can change the narrative of African agriculture and help farmers move up the value chain.
- Measurable social impact
- Access alternative opportunities
- 100% transparency
- Flexible payment terms
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