Mr Adebowale Adeyeye

Job: PhD student

Faculty: Business and Law

School/department: Faculty of Business and Law

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH

T: N/A



Personal profile

Adebowale Adeyeye is a PhD researcher in the De Montfort University, Leicester. He has several years of industry experience in the African Agricultural value chain and export space. He has successfully set up and managed companies with competence and sustainable structures in Africa and Europe. He is an enthusiast in the transformation of the economic story of the developing nations and he believes agricultural revolution is a strong way to achieve the much sought after financial emancipation.

With keen interest in responsible governance and leadership, he supports and champions causes that are in line with the values. He sees Agricultural value chain as a goldmine of opportunities for and in Africa and constantly seeks innovative ways to enhance the involvement of rural farmers and dwellers in the value chain process for their economic benefits.

Research interests/expertise

Agricultural Value Chains, Rural development, Rural engagement, Agribusiness Development, Process optimization, Business development, International trade, Community entry and extension services.

Areas of teaching

Agribusiness, Agricultural value chain optimization


B.Tech Agricultural Economics and Extension.
M.Sc. Agricultural Extension and Rural Development.

Conference attendance

First International Conference on African Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ICAEI 2019).

Agricultural International Trade: Increasing benefits for African rural farming communities through improved value chain utilization

PhD project


Agricultural value chain optimization in a turbulent economy - an empirical study of smallholder farmers in Nigeria

Name of supervisor(s)

Dr Seun Kolade