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Event: Agribusiness and Food Security Summit


BusinessDay; Nigeria’s leading business and financial daily invites you to its 2017 edition of the Agribusiness & Food Security Summit, themed; ‘Rethinking Nigeria’s Agribusiness systems: Making the case for resolving the nation’s food security challenge’, scheduled to take place on the 23rd of March 2017 at Hall 2, Landmark Event Centre Plot 2&3 Water Corporation Road Victoria Island Annex, Lagos.


The food deficit in Nigeria is far reaching; therefore, the summit will narrow down to some key issues to be given critical attention. The objective is to avoid just talking about the problems, rather, practical solutions towards boosting productivity within earliest possible time frames.

  • Tackling Post harvest losses
  • Increasing value addition
  • Producing to meet international (and market specific) standards
  • Funding for agriculture, Insurance and the prerequisite of farmer education
  • Increasing Production


Farmers, agro-processors, seasoned exporters, trainers, consultants, logistics service providers, banks, bulk purchasers of agro-commodities, agricultural equipment makers and marketers, MSMEs involved in the various value chain processes.

Also, government officials, policy makers, state commissioners’ of agriculture, farmers cooperatives, economists, researchers, academic, and those who currently play very key roles in local circulation and export of food and agricultural raw materials.

The summit will offer you quality debate and interactions among participants and speakers.  Valuable opinions will be shared among business owners, major players &policy makers. Participants will learn from case studies and these will lead to improved knowledge and understanding. The summit will also provide the platform for the exhibition of agricultural products as well as networking opportunities.

To participate kindly register online via www.businessdayconferences.com

For further information or enquiries please contact: Rerhe on 08143970930, [email protected], Adaobi on 08034265411, adaobi.agbaza@businessdayonline.com

This post is sponsored by the Nigerian Agribisiness Group (NABG)