Agribusiness Congress East Africa is back
Agribusiness Congress East Africa, the two-day interactive forum and exhibition that brings together key public & private stakeholders from across the East African agricultural sector, is back for its third year. Due to its growth and expansion to include even more industry sectors, the event is set to take place at Mlimani City Conference Centre in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 27-28 January 2016.
We look forward to once again partnering with the Agricultural Council Tanzania (ACT) and enjoying support from The Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives as well as the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development. There is no doubt that the East African agricultural sector faces pertinent issues. The 2016 conference programme has taken this into consideration and includes panel discussions and presentations such as access to markets and cross border trading, the promotion of livestock production and productivity to match supply and demand and ensuring food security and commercial market viability.
We are excited to have Juliet Kariuki, the Executive Director of the Tanzanian Investment Centre discussing the role of public and private partnerships – an important topic faced by the current market. Other key speakers include: Mark Blackett, the Regional Representative of Veco East Africa, Leonard Msemakweli, General Secretary from the Ugandan Co-operative Alliance, Johann Kotzé the Head of Agiculture Africa from First National Bank and many more.
To view the full conference programme, or to find out how to book your space at Agribusiness Congress East Africa, download the 2016 event brochure here.
This high-profile conference and exhibition allows delegates and visitors to:
- Network with industry experts
- Learn how to increase productivity through best farming practices
- View the latest agricultural technology and solutions
- Benefit from case study discussions and technical experts
- Apply new innovations and industry knowledge to your business needs
- Build new relationships with partners looking to advance their position in East Africa
- Have access to decision makers and implementers
Attend the Conference
The Agribusiness Congress East Africa will analyse critical, strategic and practical issues, including actualising development and growth in agriculture, turning farming into a profitable business and decreasing post-harvest losses amidst the challenges posed by climate change. Go here to download the 2016 event brochure to view the conference programme.
The indoor exhibition showcases products and services available to the region and gives you the opportunity to network with vendors and suppliers and explore new products being launched into the market. With 50+ companies covering all aspects of the agri-value chain, you will easily find what you are looking for to continue the development of your agri projects.
The outdoor exhibition area will host some of the region’s newest machinery and equipment applicable to both small-scale and commercial farming, along with irrigation and piping systems. If you are looking to view machinery in real-time, then this feature area should be a core focus during your visit to the event. Over 15+ companies will be showcased in this exclusive area.