Cape Town International Convention Centre
| 20 - 22 November 2017

Well done on a great platform. This is exactly what Africa needs and I really hope you will build the
platform into the AFRICAN AGRI INDABA that brings the world together for Policy and Economy discussion in Agriculture in Africa by Africa for the World

Alan Winde MPPMinister of Economic Opportunities, Western Cape Government

The AAII is without question addressing the most pressing priority for the continent’s immediate future
development. The focus on industrialisation has taken centre stage across the regional with the agri-food sector being the most immediate priority towards this goal. The AAII looks set to catalyse this development and provide the networking space to connect all players interested in being involved

Nigel Gwynne-EvansChief Director: African Industrial Development. Department of Trade and Industry

The African Agri Council has succeeded in laying the foundation towards a well needed platform for the
future growth and development of agribusinesses on the African continent especially through the challenging times facing the sector

Towfiq HendricksPortfolio Manager: Agribusiness, Wesgro

The Agri Investment Indaba presented a great business networking opportunity to us that is likely to bear fruits in the near future by way of improved deal flow. Besides, we are already looking at one or two funding enquiries arising from the Agri Investment Indaba.

Edward MuliloInvestment Manager, Norsad Finance

The AAII 2016 provided a fantastic opportunity to network with a variety of agriculture/agro-processing
players from across the value chain. With the agriculture sector being so important for Africa’s development, the NEPAD Business Foundation endorses this valuable initiative and hopes to see ever-increasing participation from all African countries

Lesley WentworthProgramme Manager | SA Business Forum – Private Sector Desk, NEPAD Business Foundation

The African Agri Investment Indaba (AAII) is the global meeting place for agri investment in Africa. Bringing together over 600 key stakeholders – from governments, banks, financiers, investors, project owners, project developers, commercial farmers and the agro-processing industry – to discuss trends that will likely influence food and agribusiness economics over the next decade in Africa.

Organised by the African Agri Council in partnership with African governments and government agencies, the Indaba delivers a unique mix of decision makers from across the agri value chain making it the most effective place to conduct business in the sector.

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