Published On: Tue, Nov 22nd, 2016

Farming sector’s positive response to Tanzania expo

South Africa to ensure compliance with agri-laws

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DAR-ES-SALAAM, (CAJ News) – THE success story of the outdoor agricultural show, Agritech Expo, is expanding to Tanzania with the inaugural
business-to-business (B2B) farming platform taking place in the agri-hub of Arusha in January.
The event is set for the 26th and 27th.
It comes as continued agriculture economic growth in Tanzania awakens the need to facilitate an enabling environment where suppliers, farmers of all
scales and industry professionals from the agri-value chain can meet on a professional B2B platform.
“Working in collaboration with our host partners, the Agriculture Council of Tanzania and Tanzanian Horticulture Association, we are proud to
present Agritech Expo Tanzania at the Selian Agricultural Research Institute (SARI) in Arusha,” says event director Yolanda dos Santos.
The event will gather farmers, from commercial to emerging and small scale, key officials from regional governments, agro associations, NGOs,
aid, development and research agencies, agro dealers, traders and retailers, suppliers, consultants and technical experts as well as venture
capitalists, investors and bankers.
The industry has responded with great enthusiasm to the first Agritech Expo taking place in Arusha in January.
Leading agri suppliers have already confirmed their sponsorships at the event, including Hughes Motors, Lonagro, Ford, Rivulis, Irrico, HortPro,
Maji, FNB, Neptun, AMDT and John Deere.
CAJ News

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