AGRITECH AFRICA 2018: BIGGEST AFRICAN AGRI-EXHIBITION
We welcome you to our exciting page where you get relevant information as it concerns all you need to know about our upcoming agro tour to Kenya.
This time it’s another intriguing annual agro-exhibition organised to increase exposure , awareness and increase participation involving farming experiences.
Unlike its counterpart Agritech Israel, Agritech Kenya is an “annual” event aimed at promoting cultural heritage and economical output.
The 5th AGRITECH AFRICA, an International Exhibition & Conference on Agriculture Technologies will come up on 18th- 22nd June 2018 at Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, Kenya. A total of 175 companies from 25 countries are expected to participate in this exhibition and large numbers of gathering are expected at the 5th Agritech Africa which will include Progressive farmers, Dairy Farmers, Dealers, Distributors, Importers, Government officials, etc. With Agritech Africa, 5th edition of Dairy livestock & poultry Expo Africa and Graintech , Africa is also organized as concurrent events to include companies from Dairy, Poultry, Livestock and Grain related sectors.
Our package is a 3 in 1 tour that will expose participants to the Agritech Africa exhibition & farm visits with time for leisure exploring Nairobi the way you have imagined.
The Economy of Kenya is the largest by GDP in East and central Africa. Agriculture is a major employer and the country traditionally exports tea, coffee and most recently fresh flowers to Europe. The service industry is a major economic driver. Kenya’s monsoon seasons start during April to June, after which ‘short rains’ season occurs till November. Currently Kenya is aiming to create a globally competitive and prosperous nation with a high quality of life by its ‘Vision 2030′. project .The vision is anchored on three key pillars; economic, social and political Governance.
The Agricultural Sector contributed 24% in the total GDP of Kenya in year 2011 – as per the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics 2012.Kenya’s Agriculture Sector directly influences overall economic performance through its contribution to GDP. Periods of high economic growth rates have been synonymous with increased agricultural growth. There are several untapped crops cultivation in Kenya which can positively affect the African economy – Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Horticulture, horticulture, cotton, Macadamia Nuts, etc.
It is worthwhile to note that the Presence of R&D centres, Agricultural Infrastructure, Agricultural University, Government Support, Initiative of NGOs and other associations have made Kenya a Unique choice for such a International Exhibition on Agriculture Technologies.
Although farming is the most important economic sector in Kenya, less than 8% of the Land is used for crop and feed production and less than 20% is suitable for cultivation.
Kenya is a leading producer of tea and coffee, as well as a third leading exporter of fresh produce, such as cabbage, onions and mangoes. Small farms grow most of the corn and also produce potatoes, beans and peas.
- Platform for farmers to interact, exchange and learn new skills from professionals small and large scale farmers.
- Meet all levels of the African agribusiness value-chain under one roof.
- Business relationships and build market linkages, academics.
- Brings together about 80 businesses from across the African continent.
- International exposure to global farm techniques
- Direct personal contact with decision makers
- Rub minds with highly targeted audience.
- Get practical experience to grow your farm business
- Find partners for projects and business ventures
- Visa assistance
- Flights tickets
- Warmly Hotel Accommodation
- Luxurious ground travel
- Professional visit to farm sites
And lots more…..
Date: 18th – 24th JUNE
Exhibition Date: 20 – 22 June
Country – Nairobi, Kenya (Kenyatta International Conference Centre)
Registration closes on 7th MAY
Testimonials from past Agrictech to learn from;
“A two-in-one tour that helped to bring opportunities to increase our productivity in a seamless way, we had fun while doing good business” – Mr. Mbaegbu Augustine, Farmer
“Good. Hadur is a performer so she didn’t disappoint me whenever I finally used her services to Israel”- Adetoyi Ezekiel Olabode, President poultry Association and feed processor – Hi Nutrients ltd .
“The tour was wonderful and delivered even more than promised. No regret”- Akinola Chidimma Udoka, Medical Doctor
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