His main challenge is the competition in the area and that there is no access to capital to grow and expand his business.
Rabni Baiat lives in Greece since 2008. His love for cultivating the earth took him all over Greece from strawberry & watermelon fields, to corn and potato plantations, giving him the opportunity to grow his knowledge on agriculture. In the beginning of 2017,after having raised enough money, he decided to use his savings to open the “Afghan Market”. The vision was to be able to combine fresh fruits and vegetables and to introduce Afghan and other ethnic products from Iran and Pakistan to people living in Athens.
- He delivers products to refugee camps around Athens twice a month without delivery costs.
- His soft skills and kindness has made him lovable to his customers.
The main obstacle the business faces due to lack of funds and knowledge of commercial law is that it is impossible to directly import products from Afghanistan, leading him to go through a German import company, which comes at a much higher cost.
The tasks thatAfghan Market has prioritized are:
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