- Conduct real business
Our network of members and partners represent the entire food and agriculture value chain.
The African Agri Council NPC (AAC) brings these senior executives together to our events to facilitate new investment, market accessibility, encourage business development, showcase excellence and promote thought leadership across the wider industry.
Investment Food Forum
7 – 9 June 2022
The Investment Food Forum (IFF) highlights global and regional investment opportunities in food and agriculture, and offers attendees a comprehensive overview of the food investment landscape, tracking the flow of capital and asset performance.
IFF provides in-depth due diligence, technical, operational and strategic investment sessions covering the global food and agribusiness value chain.
The African Agri Investment Indaba (AAII) is the global meeting place for agrifood investment in Africa. AAII brings together over 850 key stakeholders; from governments, financiers, investors, agribusinesses, project developers, commercial farmers and agro-processors – to discuss trends that will likely influence food and agribusiness economics over the next decade in Africa. 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.
AFTI Summit is the premier global agtech innovation event. The summit features high level presentations from global innovators and provides a unique opportunity to meet and interact with successful like-minded entrepreneurs, investors and corporate executives. This is a must attend event where lasting connections are built between agtech companies, corporate and investors!
Market Access Africa (MAA) connects the entire agrifood value chain with a focus on attaining and improving access to regional and international markets. MAA provides a global platform for stakeholders to identify the latest technologies that will raise the continent’s food and agricultural productivity, link to trading services and discuss policy reforms in order to curb Africa’s annual import bill.