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Investors, policy makers to attend Ghana Pre-harvest Agribusiness Conference and Exhibition

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POLICY makers, investors and other stakeholders in the agribusiness value chain from Ghana and beyond will gather for three days of partnering, networking and business matching from October 3 – 5 at the 8th Annual pre-harvest Agribusiness Conference and Exhibition in Ghana’s Northern regional capital, Tamale.

The three-day event is a major and primary interventional agribusiness conference and exhibition for farmers, buyers, service providers, processors, suppliers, financial institutions, transporters and input dealers, bringing together over 1,300 attendees from all over the country.

The event is open to agricultural commodity traders, input dealers, machinery and equipment dealers and agro processors, according to Alberta Akyaa Akosa, Executive Director of Agrihouse Foundation, organisers of the conference.

‘Are you also into banking and finance, marketing and packaging? Or Are you into the transportation business? Then you cannot afford to miss out on the largest gathering of farmers, buyers, policy makers, investors, government officials, development partners and agri-businesses. Join us at an invaluable platform to seek new partnerships, new business and new opportunities,’ she told Africa Briefing.

To be held at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale, event activities include exhibitions, dialogue and networking sessions, training, demonstrations and farm tours. It is sponsored by USAID ADVANCE, World Food Programme, Yara Ghana, Afgri/John Deere, Interplast, Ecobank, Mel Consult, Hatoum trading, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, the Northern Development Authority and the Northern Regional Coordinating Council.

Register now to exhibit or to participate in very insightful seminars and capacity building programmes

For participation, sponsorship or exhibitions, please call 0244 623 012 / 0507 310 407 / 0249 134 673.

You can also visit www.agrihousefoundation.com, for further information.

 

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