AGROMONEY addresses money-making strategies for those who are tired of being broke, procrastinating about owning an agribusiness because of land, and those looking for legitimate ways to make money.


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Course level:Intermediate
Enrolment validity: Lifetime

What I will learn?

  • This course would help you
  • 1. Identify the 5-basic way of making Agro- money
  • 2. Help you identify the skills you need to make Agro-money
  • 3. The steps to implementing any Agro-money idea
  • 4. Identify processes you can use in generating revenue with no farming experience or ownership.

Material Includes

  • 1. Ebook on agricultural products you can process
  • 2. Ebook on 10 agricultural business beyond farming

Target Audience

  • 1. Anyone who is interested in making money from the agricultural space and does not have land or access to one within his/her reach.
  • 2. Anyone who is interested in making food available in exchange for money


  • 1. The success of making Agro-money is in its implementation
  • 2. You need to think and do a survey before you choose (There is a course on before any agribusiness to help)
  • 3. Starting small is very important in testing the waters
  • 4. Not all money-making options can be achieved in your area, but remember that it takes one business to make money.
  • 5. It is never about the idea but the eye implementation.
Course Duration: 49m

Topics for this course

This course covers the money-making strategies available in the agricultural sector for those who don’t have access to land, own one or those who are in town and want to make Agro-money with ease.


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About the instructors

Agribusiness Evangelist
Agroproduct Research and development specialist
Lucy Chioma Aniagolu is a young Alumni of Tekedia Institute Mini-MBA, USA, the University of Nigeria, the Future Female Business School, and the US Consulate Academy for Women Entrepreneurs. For over five years, Lucy has developed a keen interest in leadership, entrepreneurship, and agriculture. She served in different capacities to nurture this interest, even as an undergraduate student. Her resilience for success and value addition earned her the 6th best speaker at the 2017 University Founders’ Day Debate and a maiden recipient of the Universities’ Best Presenter Award, 2018. Lucy was the first female intern at the Southeast Zonal Biotechnology Laboratory. She was also a two-time recipient of her Alma maters vacation job with the Postgraduate School and the Accounting Department, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She has worked across different firms, startups, and sectors, including agribusiness, since 2013. These experiences have helped her build an Edtech for Agribusiness called Agrodemy Enterprise and a virtual agric book store called Agric Books. Lucy has volunteered for both national and international programs geared towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and entrepreneurship. She was enlisted top 4 women for the US Consulate Academy for women Entrepreneurs 2019 pitch, top 25 young entrepreneurs at the Nigerian Canada Investment Summit, a nomination for the 25 under 25 awards under the agriculture category 2020, and recently, a postgraduate scholar within the Nigerian University of Technology and Management (NUTM) When not working, she loves to take pictures, write poetry, and listen to good music.
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