growth point agribusiness provides strategic support, access to intellectual asset development and strategies,
along with match making processes into selected Australian agribusiness ventures
to enable them to achieve dynamic growth and their full potential.
The real opportunity to be grasped is recognition that when an additional investment of skills and knowledge
is applied to an existing enterprise it can achieve rapid scalability and growth,
whilst ensuring such growth has sufficient funds.
For those seeking to invest in the agribusiness sector the prime issue is one of strategy.
The next challenge is that many successful agribusinesses are co-operatives or highly successful, family-based operations and therefore not readily available to outside investors.
Even the most successful agribusinesses find it difficult to shore up capital positions and ensure access to funds for future business developments.
Many successful agribusinesses have intellectual assets, both formal and informal, that are not achieving their full potential.
Demand from agribusinesses seeking to grow and expand utilising equity partnerships has surged following the introduction of growth point. These include larger family farm enterprises, co-operatives and highly successful integrated value adding operations.
Equity partnerships bring a mix of skills and capital that supports growth and expansion and they’re a rapidly emerging pathway to agribusiness growth. They spread the risk of investing in the sector, can release equity for succession planning, and unlock the benefits of investing in the sector without all participants having to legally own every component of the agribusiness.
On the investment side, growth point currently have been experiencing increasing demand from local and international investors including large family businesses, high net worth investors and trusts to invest on a standalone or aggregated basis in selected opportunities.
We have a number of opportunities open to negotiation at present including genetic IP, food ingredients, farming enterprises and associated property investment, along with value adding processing and distribution enterprises. Business and investment development along with derisking is underway, and each is at a different stage of the investment cycle.
Investors are currently seeking opportunities across the supply chain from on farm production, value added processing and export sectors.
For further information about projects seeking investment or a project you would like investment into contact us here.