Boosting Private Investments in Food and Agriculture IFF 2nd Edition
7-9 June 2022 | Berlin, Germany
The African Agri Council NPC (AAC), in partnership with Afrika-Verein, is excited to invite you to attend the 2nd edition of the Investment Food Forum, scheduled to take place on the 7 – 9 June 2022 at the Estrel Congress Centre, Berlin. The summit will host over 500 participants, 70+ speakers and over 150 global investors.
The unwavering support, coupled with the eagerness to engage despite the unprecedented times we faced last year when delivering IFF virtual, has inspired us to organise an in-person event second to none.
This is what some of our attendees had to say from IFF 2020:
“The sessions were interesting, and the platform is relevant for IFAD in line with its mandate. We would like to thank the AAC for providing IFAD with the opportunity to share its experiences at IFF and we are looking forward to working with the ACC again in the near future.” Brian Kapotwe, IFAD (Zambia).
“I found it very interesting. I also enjoyed that it was not only an Africa focused event” Jari Matero, FinnFund (Finland).
This year’s agenda spans a vast array of topics ranging from revolutionary trends in innovation and technology driving investment decisions, increased prominence of venture capital and private debt investment, to the continued growth across farmland investments and private equity.
Witness and interact in engaging fireside chats, case studies showcasing investment opportunities, and participate in knowledge sharing sessions where experts will explore game- changing trends.
Do you have a case study or innovation featuring breakthrough results? Here’s your chance to nominate a speaker or yourself to share your knowledge and expertise onstage. Get in touch with Caroline.Mubima@agricouncil.org.
To this, we have an added value feature that we are sure you will not want to miss. Our intricately planned technical tours and touristic visits to allow incoming delegation to visit selected sites in Berlin – technical tours will include mini workshops and working group meetings with selected industry experts. For more information contact Caroline.Mubima@agricouncil.org.