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. 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 needs to be ready to take advantage of the disruption.
Over 90 world renowned experts from across the world in the African Agri sector are set to address this to a delegation of over 800 key stakeholders at the third annual African Agri Investment and Trade Indaba to be held in November this year in Cape Town, South Africa (www.agri-indaba.com). This year, the African Agri Investment Indaba will be co-located with the Agri Trade Congress Africa, making this platform the largest trade and investment gathering in agriculture on the African continent.
“There has never been a more critical moment to effectively build stronger platforms for trade and investment. This is the most important platform for promoting the development, adaptation, and scaling of innovative solutions to enable agricultural trade and investment in Africa” says Ben Leyka, Executive Director of the African Agri Council.
The African Agri Investment Indaba and Agri Trade Congress 2018, taking place from the 27 – 28 November 2018 at the CTICC in Cape Town, is a key meeting place for investment and Agri Trade in Africa’s agri and agro-processing sectors attracting over 800 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.
As a key partner of the Indaba, SABI members will receive a 15% discount off the registration fee when registering using the following link: http://txtco.de/nfkkc. For more information, contact Lauren Hansen at firstname.lastname@example.org