More than Seventy (70) Exhibitors are gearing up ,for the 13th Annual Pre-Harvest Agribusiness Conference and Exhibition ,scheduled to take place from Tuesday, October 24th to Thursday , October 27th, 2023, at the Agrihouse Agri-Village Learning ,Innovation ,Training and Demonstration center in Kudula , Tamale, Northern Region.
organised by Agrihouse Foundation ,in collaboration with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) And the Northern Regional Coordinating Council (NRCC) ,the 13th Annual Pre-Harvest Agribusiness Conference and Exhibition ,will be held under the theme, “CONNECTING THE UNCONNECTED: THE FARMER, INPUT DEALER, AND THE PROCESSOR.”
With a rich history of bringing together stakeholders from all facets of the agricultural value chain, the 13th Annual Pre-Harvest Agribusiness Conference and Exhibition has emerged as a crucial platform for promoting sustainable agricultural practices, fostering market linkages and connectivity within the industry, and contributing to the overall development of Ghana’s agriculture sector.
A diverse array of companies which includes Fertilizer Companies ,Machinery ,Input dealers ,Processors ,farmers ,Banks and Investment companies and many more ,will be part of the exhibition, each contributing to the vibrant tapestry of Ghana’s agriculture sector.
This year’s exhibitors includes YARA, GIZ-EUGAP, Interplast, Bon Agro, SEEDCO, International Potato Center, Esoko Limited, BADECC AGROVOLTA LIMITED, AGRO CROWN WEST AFRICAN COMPANY LTD, HJA Africa Limited, International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC), AGRISEED, Miqdadi Ltd, Jubaili Agrotec, Agrohao Ghana Company Limited, Feed the Future Ghana Mobilizing Finance in Agriculture (MFA) Activity, and many more.
Also serving as exhibitors are ,Tree Aid, Melon J Consult CL Ltd, The Food and Drugs Authority, The Ghana Export Promotion, The Ghana Investment Promotion Center, Ecobank, Agricultural Development Bank, TATA, KANU EQUIPMENT, SAYETECH, PUMPTECH, AGRI SIGMA, and Lamb Father and many more .
These companies will not only showcase their products and services but also offer practical insights, engage in discussions, and forge connections within the agricultural sector. With a focus on connecting the unconnected – the Farmer, Input dealer, and processor – this year’s theme emphasizes the importance of building strong partnerships and linkages across the agricultural value chain.
Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa, the Executive Director of Agrihouse Foundation, expressed her gratitude to the exhibitors for being a part of the 13th Annual Pre-Harvest Agribusiness Conference and Exhibition, saying,
“We are truly thankful to all the exhibitors for their unwavering commitment to Ghana’s agricultural sector. Your participation is integral to the success of this event, and we appreciate your dedication to showcasing the best of what our agriculture industry has to offer.”
The Executive Director went on to share what attendees can expect during the three-day exhibition: “Over these three days, you can anticipate a myriad of agricultural innovations, insightful discussions, and the creation of invaluable connections that will benefit everyone along the agricultural value chain. It is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of agriculture, to learn, to network, and to witness the future of our nation’s agriculture unfold before your eyes.”
She further encouraged all participants to visit every exhibition booth, learn, buy, explore, and engage. “We invite everyone to explore every exhibition booth, to engage with the exhibitors, to learn from the wealth of knowledge present, and to support the fantastic products and services showcased. It’s not just an exhibition; it’s a celebration of agriculture. Together, let’s make this event a resounding success, benefiting our farmers, input dealers, and processors alike.”
As the agricultural community in Ghana eagerly awaits this remarkable event, the 13th Annual Pre-Harvest Agribusiness Conference and Exhibition is poised to make an indelible mark on the nation’s agricultural landscape. It promises to be a celebration of agricultural excellence, innovation, and the power of connectivity.
Noteworthy Activities Scheduled:
Commodity Breakout Session: Aiming to assemble a diverse spectrum of participants including farmer groups, farmer-based organizations, aggregators, buyers, students, smallholders, and commercial farmers, the Commodity Breakout Session aims to provide invaluable insights into excelling within the agricultural value chain.
Farmer-Buyer Matchmaking: This exclusive networking event is tailored to enable farmers to connect with potential wholesale buyers and various agribusinesses along the value chain. During this interactive session, both farmers and buyers have the opportunity to establish connections and finalize deals that can significantly shape their agricultural endeavours.
Exhibition: Spanning the entirety of the three-day event, an engaging exhibition showcase will unfold, offering a platform for purchasing and selling products at affordable prices. This hub serves as a space to explore the latest innovations, products, and services driving advancements in the agricultural sector, encompassing Crop Varieties, Seeds, Farm Equipment and Machinery, Agrochemicals and Fertilizers, as well as Livestock, among others.
Field Demonstrations: In this phase, farmers and industry participants engage in practical learning, acquiring firsthand experience and adopting best practices in farm management. Hosted at the Agrihouse Foundation Agri-Village, this immersive experience aims to equip attendees with tangible skills to enhance their agricultural practices.
The 13th Annual Pre-Harvest Agribusiness Exhibition and Conference promises to be an influential convergence, fostering collaboration and innovation across the agricultural landscape. Join us as we work together to empower agriculture and bridge connections in pursuit of a prosperous future.
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