Hide and Skin Business Plan

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Executive Summary
This business plan has been written to raise an N5, 000,000funds for the scaling up a project of our hide and skin leather company. We are in need of some equipment and inventory which forms part of the financing to be used for PATILAD HIDE & SKIN, a Limited Liability Company. The business will be owned by Dayo Adetiloye and will be located at danladi layout Kano State. The owner’s initial equity will be N850, 000 (eight hundred and fifty thousand naira). While showcasing the expected financials and operations over the next three years, this business plan X-rays our six-months-old company, what we have done, where we are and what we projected to accomplish.

The Company
Our company, PATILAD is a unique Leather Hide & Skin production and sales company; utilizing the existence of the latest technology and facilities for production and sale of high qualities goat, cow and sheep hide and skin, hygienically produced under the best environment for maximum efficiency of our workforce.

Our products are produced to meet the ever-growing demand for high-quality grade hide and skin that Nigeria is known for supplying both home and foreign-based leather products manufacturing companies. Our hides and skins are quality; come with longer durability period compared to the average shelf-life other producers here in Nigeria offers.


Table of content


Executive Summary4
Business Description
Products and services
Market Analysis 10
Competitor Analysis
Sales and Marketing Plan
Operational Plan
Management plan 19
Financial Plan and Projections 24

Products and Service
We specialize in processing Cow Hides, Goat Skins, and sheep Skins. Each article is made on the customer’s request.
Benefits of our Products &Services
– High-quality products of international standard
– Varieties of products and its intended use
– Delivery for bulk purchases
– Prompt delivery services
– Excellent Customer Care Services
– Online access
– The loyal network of suppliers and distributors

PATILAD could point out to three as the major competitors in our target markets. Our three major competitors for PATILAD Hide and SkinareMahmu Rabiu Hides& Skin Company, Mamuda Groups, &Alhaji Umarumaji Enterprises.
PATILAD will establish its competitive edge through the expertise of its founders, superior working environment, customer service and improved modern technology.

Financial Considerations
PATILAD seeksN5million in long-term financing to cover start-up costs, equipment, building expenses, and working capital.
Funding for the launch of the business has been provided primarily by equity from the partners and investors.
The business will reach positive cash flow in its 10th month of operation, allowing for expedited repayment of its loan obligations, as well as for dividends to be paid to the owners. Revenue will top N15,500,000 and profit will reach about N4,500,000in the 1styear of operation.

In Nigeria, agriculture has remained the largest sector of the economy. It generates employment for about 70% of Nigeria’s population and contributes about 40% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) with crops accounting for 80%, livestock 13%, forestry 3% and fishery 4%. Though contributing only 13% to the national GDP, livestock plays an important role by providing part of the nation’s protein needs and it is from it that hides and skin is gotten from.

Ranking only second to cocoa as Nigerians largest non-oil export in terms of volume, processed hides and skin sure do have a lot of international demand where they are used in the production of leather products like shoes, bags, watch straps, belts etc.

Nigeria produces one of the best hides and skin in the world and in order to encourage the local processing of hides and skin, development of related industries and employment generation, the government placed a ban on the export of rawhide and skin in Nigeria.

The ban on the export of raw hides and skin as led to the establishment of local tannery constantly in need of raw hides and skins for process hence creating supply opportunity for interested investors.
However, to tap into this opportunity, the investor would need to understand in details the different types and sizes of hides and skin in the market.

Important to note is the ever-increasing competition between humans and industry for raw hides and skin in Nigeria which further creates scarcity of the product.
The major market destinations for Nigeria’s processed hides and shin is mainly in Europe and Asia with Italy, China, Hong Kong leading the pack.

Though in Nigeria, majority of the product processed hides and skin tends to come from cow and goat, other animal skin equally has great demand and they include crocodile, buffalo, Zebra etc. It is, however, important to note that in order to guide against indiscriminate killing and poaching of wild animals, the convention on international trade of endangered species of wild fauna and flora {CITES}, signed a treaty that restricts the importation of animal skins in order to preserve such animals. The treaty also empowers CITES to grant an exemption for trade in skins of animals reared in captivity. The leather industry has continued to generate employment for the old and the young, particularly, in the North-West part of Nigeria. It is one of the enterprising ventures that have refused to go moribund, even in the face of the incessant refusal of the Federal Government to actualise its touted policies on the provision of the needed infrastructural facilities and social amenities.


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