Knowledge is power, and with the Roff resources on this page at your fingertips, you too can become a force to be reckoned with in the maize milling industry. From guides we put together on the hottest milling topics, to Roff’s Profit Calculator that can help you calculate your potential profitability, check in regularly for the latest information that can help YOU achieve success.
START A MAIZE MILLING BUSINESS
Becoming an entrepreneur in maize milling is not without challenges, but fortunately with a partner like Roff Milling, you’re halfway there. We share some of our milling expertise in our African Entrepreneur’s Ultimate Guide to starting a Maize Milling Business – make sure you download your free copy today!Download the guide
START A MAIZE MILLING BUSINESS, VOLUME 2
Discover the wealth-generating potential of maize milling in Africa through Roff's latest release, the second volume of our comprehensive series on starting a maize milling business in Africa. In this guide, we delve into the intricacies of profit generation from maize and shed light on the distinctions between community and commercial milling approaches. Furthermore, we emphasize the criticality of selecting an appropriate milling business model for sustainable success. In conclusion, we offer valuable insights into the maize milling value chain.
Elevate your knowledge and strategic acumen in this promising industry by accessing Volume 2 of our maize milling start-up guide series. Stay ahead of the curve and remain informed.Download the guide
Writing your very first business plan can be a daunting experience. Roff is here to help! Download Roff’s African Entrepreneur’s Ultimate Guide to Writing a Business Plan for some easy-to-follow tips and advice and make use of the Net Profit Calculator to get a clear picture of potential profitability. We have some insightful blogs on the subject, you can access more information on the business plan resource page or browse through our blogs.
WHAT IS COMMUNITY MILLING?
Community, posho or service millers charge members of the local community a small fee for milling their maize. These millers provide a valuable service to people in rural areas, who cannot afford to travel great distances to have their maize milled or to purchase commercially packaged maize meal from retail shops. Learn more about this innovative solution for the African maize milling environment on our resource page or download the guide.Download the FREE guide