Are you Gauteng’s next big agripreneur?

Gauteng-based farmers and agripreneurs are invited to apply for an urban agriculture initiative aimed at developing urban agriculture in the province. Photo: Supplied/Food For Mzansi

Gauteng-based farmers and agripreneurs are invited to apply for an urban agriculture initiative aimed at developing urban agriculture in the province. Photo: Supplied/Food For Mzansi

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit that is just waiting for the right opportunity to blossom? Then join the “Grow the city” movement, an urban-based agriculture initiative that is already empowering a whole new generation of visionary entrepreneurs. 

The urban agriculture initiative is a powerful concept brought to you by a collective of well-established role players, including Wouldn’t It Be Cool (WIBC) and the Jobs Fund. Together, they are committed to developing the most sustainable urban agricultural ecosystem in Gauteng through entrepreneurship, innovation and the use of cutting-edge technology. 

SIGN UP HERE: Applications close today!

The initiative aims to find, develop, fund and support aspiring young entrepreneurs with a keen interest in agriculture or agribusiness. With the aid of a well-thought-out comprehensive plan, you will get assisted to get into, and effectively utilise, the agriculture value chain.

There is a limited intake, so if you think you have what it takes, apply soonest! Remember, the most successful entrepreneurs are the ones who took action.

If your application is successful:

The next step towards helping you and the city grow couldn’t be simpler! Just fill in the application form on the urban agriculture initiative survey and you will receive an e-mail within five business days acknowledging your application.

Minimum criteria

Need more info? Contact Rethabile Pakkies on rethabile@wibc.biz if you have any further questions.
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