Achanwamba Farms is an enterprise located in Owerrinta, Abia State and has its primary business as fish farming and fish feed production, sales of catfish and fish feed. They began their banking relationship through the Graduate Entrepreneurship Fund in 2016 and accessed their first loan facility to procure equipment and raw material for a fish farming business. The company has grown to an annual turnover of 24,000kg of fish. In 2021, the company liquidated their first loan facility and already has another loan facility running, which is for the expansion of the fish farm and fish feed production and it is expected to grow its annual turnover to 36,000kg of fish. The company has contributed to its community through the employment of indigenes and also the development of its environment.
This is a paint production company located in Otukpo, Benue State. The business is a beneficiary of the GEF scheme and produces different classes of paints some of which are Emulsion, Satin and Tex coat. The business was previously into small-scale manual production of paints. It traditionally produced a maximum of 100 buckets of 25Litres paint in a month. However, since the intervention of the Bank of industry the business was able to acquire an electronic motor, mixer, reactor and chemicals, the company is now able to produce 140 buckets of 25 litres of paint in a single day. Furthermore, this expansion is accompanied by an increase in staff strength as more manpower became necessary to match the improved capacity of the company.