Invest in bamboo, the raw material of the future
Support and share in the profit
To establish bamboo fields, a large one-off investment is needed. Once planted, stable revenues can be expected after a few years for the next 80 to 120 years.
In order to expand, we offer several participatory investment options.
You can commit to a long-term concession with us for part of our bamboo fields in southern Portugal. When we make money, you make money. You receive the revenues. BambooLogic manages and maintains your concession and offers a buy-back contract that ensures your revenue. You also have the option to enjoy the option of a CO2 compensation of your concession. Read more about compensation through bamboo.
Loan linked to revenue
As a company, we have short and long-term financing needs. If you believe in bamboo, and wish to support BambooLogic as a company in its growth and share in the profits, our yield-dependent loan is an interesting alternative.
Revenues from bamboo cultivation are expected after 6 years.
Faith in the plant and in the world-renowned bamboo experts involved, and a little patience, is the kind of investment that is required.
In contrast, once revenues are generated, things can move very quickly, realistically with double-digit profits.
Do you want to invest with us?
Jan Opring, world-renowned bamboo grower and shareholder of BambooLogic: “Now is the time to invest in bamboo in Europe. The demand for bamboo is growing exponentially.”
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Stable and potentially high returns
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BambooLogic Alcoutim site – Phase 1
BambooLogic has selected the Alcoutim region for the following reasons:
- Availability of land;
- Suitable soil type; proven bamboo growth with good results;
- Enthusiasm and support from local governments, organisations, and local residents;
- Availability of water;
- Availability of knowledge, educated people, and affiliated sectors;
- Interesting employment conditions and support from the government and employment service.
The first phase comprises 150 hectares of bamboo. A variety of bamboo species will be planted in order to meet customer demands.