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AGDA to launch at 2020 Africa Agri Tech Conference

The Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development Thoko Didiza will deliver the keynote address.

The launch will serve as the opening event of the conference, which will run from 18–20 February and will cover topics ranging from the local and international agricultural economy and access to capital, to mitigating drought conditions through sustainable climate-sensitive agriculture as well as developing intra-African trade in agricultural products.

AGDA is part of the Public-Private Growth Initiative (PPGI), which was established in April 2018 under the leadership of Dr Johan van Zyl, CEO and President of Toyota in Europe, basing the PPGI on the Japanese economic model. The aim is to align strategic planning between government and the private sector, in the interest of improving economic growth and the manner in which government and business work together.

There are more than 20 sectors identified by the PPGI for specific focus. These include:

• Agriculture;
• Tourism;
• Automotive;
• Chemicals;
• Manufacturing;
• Energy and Renewable Energy;
• Construction;
• Pharmaceutical;
• Mining;
• Retail;
• ICT;
• Health; and Insurance.

These sectors are all developing comprehensive five-year growth plans, which aim at accelerating economic growth and job creation.

The specific aims of AGDA are intended to promote greater social justice by creating enablers that will help drive sustainable land reform programmes and contribute to changing land ownership patterns in our country.

In this regard, Roelf Meyer of the In Transformation Initiative, which is one of the main drivers of this project, drew attention to the main objectives of the agency, which are to promote and support access to agricultural land by black and/ or emerging farmers, and to support the use of agricultural land and infrastructure development so as to promote land reform and food security in the country.

Meyer highlighted that AGDA has the specific purpose not only to pursue these noble objectives, but also to ensure the provision of appropriate training, as well as support and assistance to emerging farmers to improve capacity and access to agricultural markets in particular.

“It is only through the pursuit of such objectives in partnership with government, focusing on a more vigorous pursuit of the noble objectives the national land reform programme, that the market failures and imperfections in building an inclusive, dynamic and competitive agricultural sector, to enable all our people who have ambitions to work in agriculture can be achieved,” Meyer said.

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Gloria Serobe, CEO of WipCapital and also one of the contributors to the creation of AGDA remarked that “the Agricultural Development Agency must have a well-developed social conscience and it must institutionalized in a manner that will ensure it is always dedicated to such imperatives.”

Governance of AGDA will be led by a board constituted of an equal number of representatives from government and the private sector.

Africa Agri Tech 2020: Pretoria Agriculture Technology Expo

Welcome to Africa Agri Tech 2020

Africa Agri Tech offers three days of unparalleled discovery, exploration and networking.

The event offers a multi-tiered expo and conference programme that will investigate the impact of the latest advances in science and technology, empowering agricultural producers to achieve greater efficiency, productivity and profitability going into the future.

Africa Agri Tech focuses on assisting producers to navigate the evolving agricultural ecosystem. A fully integrated expo floor will showcase future trends, technologies and techniques available.

Pretoria, capital city of South Africa is well-positioned with Gauteng Province being bordered by major agriculture producing provinces within an easy driving distance from the event.

Invitation to Exhibit

Africa Agri Tech 2020 offers you an unparalleled platform at which to demonstrate your products, services, technologies, and solutions to a highly targeted audience of decision-makers. Take advantage of this opportunity to launch new products or solutions, advance your sales cycle and meet with decision-makers face-to-face.

We invite innovators, manufacturers, importers, and distributors of agricultural technologies, products, solutions and services to participate at Africa Agri Tech 2020 .

Our packages are tailored to provide you with cost-effective participation solutions geared towards your reaching your objectives. Advanced options are also available to ensure you stand out from the crowd.

This is an opportunity not to be missed!

Who should exhibit?

Manufacturers, importers, distributors, inventors, developers, service providers of:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Automation
  • Climate and Water Technologies
  • Data-driven Farming
  • Digital Technologies
  • Visual Technologies
  • Financial Services
  • Specialized Services
  • Logistics

Why exhibit?

Exhibit for:

  • Awareness
  • Leads
  • To build partnerships
  • To see current clients
  • To network with industry

Exhibit because of competition Exhibit to see many buyers at one time

Opportunities

  • Take advantage of opportunities
  • Tech try-out zone demos
  • Expert-led workshops
  • Demonstrate robotics
  • Host AI, VR, Big Data workshops
  • Innovation Competition
  • Client Hospitality Suites

Africa Agri Tech 2020: Exhibitors Profile

Africa Agri Tech offers the ideal platform to showcase technology, products and solutions that serve the agricultural industry. We take pleasure in inviting participation from innovators, developers, manufacturers, importers, international pavilions and distributors with a special focus on the product groups below.

Artificial Intelligence, Analytics & Data-Driven Farming

Big Data Aggregators & Applications | Blockchain Solutions | Connectivity Solutions | Context Aware Computing | Data & Predictive Analytics Platforms | Data Driven Farming | Data Security Solutions | Farm Management Software | IoT Field Monitoring Platforms

Automation & Robotics

AgBots & Advanced Farming Implements | Control Platforms & Systems | Drones & UAV Technology | Equipment Telematics | Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence | Pervasive Automation | Telematics | Variable Rate Technology Analytics & Applications

Biosystems Engineering

Bioinstrumentation & Biosensors | Bio-Nanotechnology | Biosafety Systems | CRISPR Gene Editing & Rapid Iteration Selective Breeding | Cultured Protein & Synthetic Technology | Disease Resistance Solutions & Vaccines | Genetic Engineering | Genetic Selection & Editing | Livestock Biometrics | Nutrigenomics | Synthetic Biology

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Smart Farming

Crop Sensors | Digital Field Mapping Technology & Solutions | Distributed Production | Fertigation Solutions | Hydroponics & Vertical Farming | Imaging Systems & Analytics | Infrastructure Health Sensors | Monitoring Technology | Next Gen Farms | Precision & Variable Rate Technology | Remote Irrigation Systems | Smart Dust – Micro-Electromechanical Sensors | Soil & Water Intelligence Sensors & Platforms | Vertical Farming

Financial & Agri-nomics

Agribusiness Consultants | Agricultural Economics | Banks & Financiers | Development Economics | Food & Consumer Economics | Insurance & Underwriters | Production Economics & Farm Management

Industry Specialists

Associations, Councils & Institutes | Certification Agencies | Food Traceability Consultants & Systems | Foreign Trade Offices | Government Departments & SOE’s | Industry Media | Marketing, Import & Export Agencies | Processing & Supply Chain | Research Organisations, Councils & Universities | Supply Chain Analytics & Efficiencies | Trade Promotion Agencies

Seize the advantage; this is an opportunity not to be missed!

Africa Agri Tech 2020: Visitors Profile

Three days of solutions for you

Just a few reasons why you should register and attend

Choose the correct solution for your needs

Visit Africa Agri Tech to ensure you are equipped to navigate the proliferation of new technologies that will deliver farming success for you in the future. Expert speakers provide you with insights on trends whilst practical workshops and the Tech Try-Out Zones ensure you leave having tested out the latest solutions on offer. Once you have evaluated the latest technology and innovations a visit to the show floor will connect you with your preferred suppliers – no more time wasted visiting numerous suppliers to find the best solution for your farm.

Grow your agribusiness

Attending Africa Agri Tech provides you with a platform to link with your peers and share common challenges and explore solutions. The conference, workshops and visits to the show floor give you a chance to share your questions and ideas with like-minded producers so that you can find solutions together.

Gather new ideas and inspiration

Africa Agri Tech features innovators and service providers from every link in the agribusiness value chain providing you with an ideal opportunity to establish best practices and implement improvements in your operation.

Connect

Africa Agri Tech’s business-to-business environment is the ideal setting for you to make new connections. Meet potential suppliers and prospective partners from across Southern Africa to discover new linkages to grow your agribusiness into the future.

Meet your match

Africa Agri Tech’s business matchmaking service provides you with an opportunity to input what products or services you would like to source and matching you with potential suppliers for one-on-one meetings at the event.

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Avocado is main focus at Macfrut 2020, the Tropical Fruit Congress

Tracking systems can help farmers combat the outbreak of FMD

Kenya National Agriculture Summit under way

‘Bringing the right balance between great genetics and commercial success’

John Deere; developing technologies that deliver value to both large and small-scale farmers

BMG-tsubaki rs100ht chain agricultural machinery

ARC launches new maize information gu >

Parmalat SA is now Lactalis South Africa

Revolutionise food production system or face mass deforestation, scientists warn

MegaBoy Launch a Success

AGDA to launch at 2020 Africa Agri Tech Conference

The Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development Thoko Didiza will deliver the keynote address.

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The launch will serve as the opening event of the conference, which will run from 18–20 February and will cover topics ranging from the local and international agricultural economy and access to capital, to mitigating drought conditions through sustainable climate-sensitive agriculture as well as developing intra-African trade in agricultural products.

AGDA is part of the Public-Private Growth Initiative (PPGI), which was established in April 2018 under the leadership of Dr Johan van Zyl, CEO and President of Toyota in Europe, basing the PPGI on the Japanese economic model. The aim is to align strategic planning between government and the private sector, in the interest of improving economic growth and the manner in which government and business work together.

There are more than 20 sectors identified by the PPGI for specific focus. These include:

• Agriculture;
• Tourism;
• Automotive;
• Chemicals;
• Manufacturing;
• Energy and Renewable Energy;
• Construction;
• Pharmaceutical;
• Mining;
• Retail;
• ICT;
• Health; and Insurance.

These sectors are all developing comprehensive five-year growth plans, which aim at accelerating economic growth and job creation.

The specific aims of AGDA are intended to promote greater social justice by creating enablers that will help drive sustainable land reform programmes and contribute to changing land ownership patterns in our country.

In this regard, Roelf Meyer of the In Transformation Initiative, which is one of the main drivers of this project, drew attention to the main objectives of the agency, which are to promote and support access to agricultural land by black and/ or emerging farmers, and to support the use of agricultural land and infrastructure development so as to promote land reform and food security in the country.

Meyer highlighted that AGDA has the specific purpose not only to pursue these noble objectives, but also to ensure the provision of appropriate training, as well as support and assistance to emerging farmers to improve capacity and access to agricultural markets in particular.

“It is only through the pursuit of such objectives in partnership with government, focusing on a more vigorous pursuit of the noble objectives the national land reform programme, that the market failures and imperfections in building an inclusive, dynamic and competitive agricultural sector, to enable all our people who have ambitions to work in agriculture can be achieved,” Meyer said.

Gloria Serobe, CEO of WipCapital and also one of the contributors to the creation of AGDA remarked that “the Agricultural Development Agency must have a well-developed social conscience and it must institutionalized in a manner that will ensure it is always dedicated to such imperatives.”

Governance of AGDA will be led by a board constituted of an equal number of representatives from government and the private sector.

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