Programme

Fri, 9 Feb 2018

foodFIRST conference "Join-up with African agripreneurs"

On 8 & 9 February 2018: on 8 February a pre-event with some of the speakers at the conference and leaders from the agro industry and international policy makers. On 9 February a full day at the Rabobank, Utrecht, with presentations, workshops and talkshows.
Theme: Food supply for the booming African cities is a mayor challenge. For young African agripreneurs, this presents a vital opportunity: supply the urban markets with fresh and healthy food, such as vegetables, fruit, poultry, dairy products and meat.
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