The 41 st DITF, Buyer/Seller meetings aims at linking sellers and buyers of agricultural produce to establish business relationships for selected sectors. The sectors are:
i. Oil seeds – Sunflower and Sesame
iii. Horticultural produce (Cabbage, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Nutmeg, Mangoes, Black pepper, Chillies, Okra, Lime, Pineapples, Dried Cloves, Ginger, Onions and Water melon)
Both buyers and sellers will be provided with platform to discuss the sector and assess the product availability, quantity and quality, varieties, delivery logistics, sales agreements and new market opportunities.
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Competitiveness & enterprise development project: deadline 30th November 2016
Herewith attached is a call for proposals for
the matching grant facility offered by Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU).
Sectors of interest are horticulture,
tourism, coffee, grains, pulses, edible oils, fisheries and ICT
See Fourth call proposals attached for details
Promoting Agribusiness Investment, Networking and Trade (PAINT)
PAINT aims to bring together local, regional and international agribusinesses to build long term sustainable business relationships.
The initiative shall support the growth of the agribusiness sector by linking investable and profitable agribusinesses in the sectors of horticulture, coffee, oilseed, dairy & livestock to financing , technology, knowledge and markets.
1. To connect prequalified agribusinesses to financing
2. To link buyers to suppliers of inputs (commodities, equipment and services)
3. To link investors to investable businesses and opportunities
4. To facilitate transfer of knowledge and technology among businesses
ActivitiesWe are currently receiving application from interested businesses in the sectors mentioned above who wish to participate in the trade and investment matchmaking event that will take place on 5th & 6th October 2... Read more
With Alem Greiling
She is not an ordinary member of AgriProFocus Ethiopia. She actively participates on online discussions, offline events and activities of our Innovation Communities. She is an innovator and a business woman with deep-rooted objectives. She is the winner of the recent LovePulses Product Innovation Competition in Ethiopia. In this short interview you will read about her ongoing effort to bring nutrition in our food table. Have a brief moment with this exemplary woman – Alem Greiling.
... Read moreAbout Herself
The founder of a company called Nutri-Dense, Alem has completed her first degree in Chemistry at Addis Ababa University, and has been working in an international research organization. After a short period of experience on food analysis, she left to Germany for further study on food engineering and nutrition. There, she completed her study on Food Engineering.
Returned back to Ethiopia, she had been working as a Nutrition Advisor for different international organ
On 5 November NABC organised an Ethio-Netherlands Business event. This precedes a trade mission to Ethiopia to be planned May 2016. It was a successful event during which Ethiopia investment opportunities were presented on the dairy, seed, oilseeds & pulses, spices, construction, soy, aquaculture and Poultry. More information on the event and the participants including the market reports on the different sub-sectors can be found online: https://www.nabc.nl/en/what-we-do/events/192/ethio-netherlands-business-event under factsheet.
If you are interested as a Dutch company to join the mission please get in touch with NABC directly.
IFDC, BiD Network and IRIS Consulting & Training are proud to announce the 2nd edition of the IFDC CATALIST-Uganda Agribusiness Challenge. This business plan competition is meant for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in or impacting the value chains of cassava and oil seeds (soya bean and sunflower) in Northern Uganda; rice in Eastern Uganda; and Irish potato in South-Western Uganda, who are in need of technical and financial support to start or expand and professionalize their business operations. Entrepreneurs are invited to submit their business plans to become eligible for various services geared towards accessing finance and markets.
About IFDC CATALIST-Uganda
IFDC CATALIST-Uganda aims to sustainably commercialize smallholder agriculture through improved productivity and market development, resulting in marketable surpluses that raise incomes in Uganda, and increase regional food security for