Prominent experts in the African Agri sector are set to address a delegation of over 600 key stakeholders at the second annual African Agri Investment Indaba to be held in November this year (www.agri-indaba.com).
The speakers will discuss real market opportunities across the various African regions, Africa’s role in global food security, agriculture at the core of the economic diversification agenda and improving the investment environment for African agriculture.
Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from over 40 world-class agri experts including:
“As the world looks to Africa as a solution to global food security concerns, the continents’ agri sector is fast becoming the panacea of the investment world especially with the recent decline in commodity investment returns. The agriculture sector is yielding exceptionally exciting opportunities and pipelines. Food security is now being translated into an investable option for investors and financiers. Agriculture has been identified as a long-term opportunity to increase investors’ allocation to real assets and the agribusiness value chain need to be ready to take advantage of the disruption,” says Ben Leyka, Executive Director, African Agri Council.
The African Agri Investment Indaba (AAII) 2017, taking place from the 20 – 22 November 2017 at the
CTICC in Cape Town, is a key meeting place for investment in Africa’s agri and agro-processing sectors attracting over 600 international investors, bankers, governments, farmers, project owners. This unique mix of decision makers from across the African agri value chain provides a convenient platform for effective deal making.
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ABOUT THE AFRICAN AGRI COUNCIL
The African Agri Council (NPC) is a network of global executives, decision makers and key stakeholders in Africa’s agricultural industry. It connects executives with their peers, policy makers, investors & financiers and leading global service providers across Africa and around the world.
Published on Wed, 28th Jun 2017 - 22:08