Rural Marketing

The end to end solution is our ethics in our mission. Whatever the projects have been initiated by Kadamba, we find an integrated solution for that project categorically.

We have been associated with our rural entrepreneurs as well as farmers since long back. But, the major concern is to provide proper marketing support for their produces. Therefore Kadamba took initiatives for building up the rural marketing network.

Started with the State level marketing fair in Sirsi, we stepped forward and formulated “Kadamba Agro Producers Company” and started building up our marketing networks across the region.

Now, gradually Kadamba has expanded its marketing network among the rural primary cooperative societies for purchasing agriculture produces from the farmers directly, such as Cocoa beans, Coconut etc, spices, and other home made products…

Number of motivation/awareness programmes have been organised in rural areas for the rural entrepreneurs, regarding, scientific product development, brand management, and development of marketing networks.

Lac cultivation has been very simple without any complexities and returns the produce within couple of years. Market for Lac do exists and there is least trouble on that front. The application of lac is extremely diversified and finds its usage in many of our daily utilities such as spectacles, clothes, mobiles etc., Lac doesn't push the farmer to any distress on the commercial front.
It is really heartening to mention that the farmers of Hunsuru & adjoining taluks have voluntered themselves to replace the traditional and yet harmful tobacco with lac cultivation.
Kisan Mitra Foundation in association with Kadamba organised a marketing event at Arasu Kallahalli of Hunsuru taluk, Mysuru district. The event was inaugurated by Sri. BS Yeddyurappa.
Kadamba purchased the lac produced by these farmers and cheques were released to them on the occasion.

  • State level Marketing fair in Sirsi sponsored by Central Social Welfare Board, Government of India, New Delhi.

  • Speech by Shri Vivekananda Vaidya (Local MLA-Sirsi)

  • Entrepreneurs marketing Skill development workshop inaugurated by Shri Anantkumar Hegde, in Sirsi with the association of “Mumbai Grahak Panchayat”.

  • Shri Ravi Hegde from Mumbai Grahak Panchayat are having group discussion with the participants

  • Smt Savita Tayee from Mumbai Grahak Panchayat are having group discussion with the participants

  • The Participants in entrepreneurs marketing skill development training programme at Sirsi

  • Inaugural Speech by Honourable Member of Parliament if Uttar Kannada constituency shri, Anantkumar Hegde

  • Guests (From Mumbai Grahak Panchayat) and other participants in the training programme

  • The chairman of Kadamba foundation Shri Anantkumar Hegde is interacting with, one of the participant in the seminar, about their products and marketing strategy

  • Organic products displayed in the exhibition

  • The inauguration of cocoa purchasing centre on March-2006 in Sirsi

  • One of the farmers awareness campaign in a remote village at Uttara Kannada district

    Kadamba has been conducting the same since from 1997, in all the villages of Uttara Kannada districts

  • Kadamba volunteers are purchasing The produces (Banana) from the doorstep of farmers. And, The Kadamba agriculture marketing centre at Sirsi

  • Processing the cocoa beans at Kadamba centre

  • Kadamba has established many rural marketing centres for coconut/Cocoa/Cashew products, across the Uttara Kannada district with the association of local cooperative societies and individual entrepreneurs

  • The marketing centre for all agricultural commodities has opened in Halavalli village at Ankola (Uttara Kannada)

  • The lac marketing initiatives at Hunsuru of Mysore district Inaugurated by Shri “Yediyurappa” The Former Chief Minister of Karnataka State