A non-governmental agricultural capacity building, innovation and project management organization, Agrihouse Foundation, and the Brazil Embassy in Ghana have met prospective participants in the agriculture sector for the upcoming 29th edition of Agrishow in Brazil.
The event will take place from the April 25-29, 2022, in the city of Ribeirão Preto – Sao Paulo and will include activities such as exhibitions, business-business match making, business and investment field trips and the Ghana-Brazil Investment Forum.
Speaking to a prospective participant in the agriculture value chain in Ghana at the Brazil Embassy in Accra, Executive Director of Agrihouse Foundation, Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa, asked that prospective participants make the event a priority due to the many advantages that it comes with.
She said the programme which will involve about 150,000 qualified attendees from almost 91 countries with over 800 national and international exhibition brands, present an enormous opportunity to Ghanaian companies looking for partners, investors, and company reps among others in Africa and in Ghana.
The show is opened to processing companies, food companies, crop and livestock farmers, government agencies looking for partnerships from other countries, marketers looking to represent other companies in Ghana and companies looking to showcase products and services in the international stage.
“There is an opportunity for up to 20 Ghanaian companies to showcase their products at the event coupled with other business benefits at the show,” Madam Akosa noted.
The Brazilian Ambassador to Ghana, Maria Elisa De Luna, said the show this year, will present several opportunities to participants and governments in many areas of agribusiness cooperation.
Ambassador Luna said the show is the third largest in the world, and the largest and most important agricultural technology fair in Brazil, adding, “Agrishow usually serves as platform to broker deals in the agriculture industry in Brazil and many participating countries.”
She called on Ghanaian participation in the show in order to benefit from modern trends and technological innovations in agribusiness in this modern era.