GROW YOUR BUSINESS AT US-NIGERIA AGRIBUSINESS (NON-OIL) INVESTMENT SUMMIT
The US-Nigeria Agribusiness (Non-Oil) Investment Summit & Expo brings all levels of the agriculture value chain diverse sector together for two days of intensive networking and deal making. The trade-show receives the full support of key private and public sector organizations and is attended by a “who’s who” of policymakers, private sector leaders and serious buyers.
Lucrative opportunities for partnership, collaboration, technology transfer and knowledge sharing.
The USNAGRIS 2017 gives you a valuable opportunity to meet buyers, investors, key decision makers and agricultural officials from United States of America and Nigeria. Foreign suppliers and investors are being welcomed in to help propel and drive this ongoing growth. With exhibitors and attendees from several locations in attendance, this summit will explore new business opportunities across Nigeria’s diverse agricultural, farming & processing sectors.
- Meet buyers, investors, key decision makers and agricultural officials from Georgia, USA.
- Launch your products/brand and establish contacts with American distributors and resellers
- Showcase your latest cutting-edge technologies at the Product Demonstration Area
- Hear fresh ideas that can help improve your business during the seminars, conferences and networking sessions
- Network with local and regional agribusiness leaders and experts who are transforming the American agricultural sector
Why You Should Develop Your Business in Nigeria
- Internationally praised agriculture policy and trading reforms have led to over $5 billion of private investment into agriculture in the last three years
- Over 84 million hectares of arable land of which more than 60% is currently uncultivated and only 10% utilizes modern agricultural technology
- Investment and partnership opportunities now exist across all key value chains in the agricultural sector
- Soil and climate conditions ideal for a variety of agricultural products
- Africa’s largest GDP at $510 billion (The 2nd is South Africa at $370 billion) as of 2016
- Africa largest single market with a population of over 188.5 million people