Here’s your chance to meet a few members of the CA Global team! Our executives Bradley Barr and Bryan Le Roux will be representing CA Global and exhibiting at African Farming’s Agroinvestment Summit on the 4th and 5th of June 2018 at the Guoman hotels, The Tower Hotel in London, and are very excited to meet you.
About the Agroinvestment Summit
This summit is designed for an array of stakeholders such as Government officials and representatives, importers, distributors, agribusiness owners, C-level executives from food companies, trade union members and manufacturers/suppliers of various agricultural equipment, machinery and services. The summit will focus on creating a cohesive platform for trade and investment opportunities by attracting key investors and buyers from across the globe
Objectives of the summit:
- Deployment of agro-machinery and technology via OEM partnerships
- Local assembly investment, challenges and opportunities in West Africa
- Funding for agro-development and value addition
- Harnessing, processing and packaging via PPP partnerships for sufficiency and exports
- Improvement of rural infrastructure that will support agribusiness in West Africa – solutions and challenges
- Cross-border trading
- Increasing productivity and output
- Enhancing knowledge of operating machines and equipment to increase production
- Knowledge transfer to SMEs wanting to enter the sector or expand their existing business
The Summit will focus on the achievement of integrated finance for African agricultural development via cross border partnerships amongst financial institutions. This will cover investment banking, venture capitalism, crop insurance, micro financing, and other financial opportunities.
The summit will also focus on harnessing processing and packaging opportunity via public–private partnerships for agro-development. This topic will cover financing for the establishment agro industrial parks/farm estates, stable crop processing zones, practical solutions and benchmark products to address the challenges in cold chain storage and post-harvest management systems, opportunities for partnership between private sector and government, engagement of youths in productive engagement, and standardization boards and agencies
Finally, the summit will look at how Brexit will affect future trading and relationships, and attraction of foreign direct investments. This will consider alliances between government and global solution providers, PPP opportunities, and the Post Brexit effect.
For more information, please visit the African Farming Agroinvesment Summit website.
We hope to see you there!