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7th Africa Agri Expo: Bridging Africa’s Agribusiness to Global Markets

The Africa Agri Expo (AAE) returns for its 7th edition, reaffirming its status as the premier platform linking Africa’s thriving agribusiness to international markets. With Africa’s agricultural sector poised to soar to a projected US$1 trillion by 2030, AAE presents an unparalleled opportunity for agribusinesses and professionals to tap into this burgeoning market.

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, Kenya, the AAE 2023 garnered significant acclaim, drawing policymakers, entrepreneurs, industry leaders, and farmers together to foster dialogue, exchange expertise, and explore technologies pivotal to sustainable agribusiness growth across the continent.

With agriculture serving as a cornerstone of Africa’s economy, AAE 2024 promises to be an extraordinary event, designed to showcase cutting-edge products, services, and innovations aimed at bolstering the agricultural sector. Featuring expansive exhibition spaces, dynamic networking lounges, strategic conferences, panel discussions, and seminars, AAE 2024 offers a platform for stakeholders to drive transformative change within the industry.

The trade show will spotlight the latest agricultural technologies and solutions, spanning farm machinery, irrigation systems, greenhouses, fertilizers/agrochemicals, seeds, and more, sourced from across the globe. The show has confirmed Auxilfe Scientific Limited, VV Agro, SAB Spa, Eurofert, and Barrix Agro along with many top industry players like Rokosan, DeHaat, DVA, NSSPL etc. from around the globe.

In addition to this, the show has garnered support from Kenya’s government and related associations like Agrochemical Association of Kenya, Kenya Investment Authority, Agriculture Sector Network, World Food Programme, Africa Agricultural Technology Foundation, Women Farmers Association of Kenya, etc. which in turn has encouraged local participation.

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