IBC’s 9th Africa Sugar is back, bigger, better and as part of a wider Soft Commodity Week with 3 co located conferences. Having demonstrated quality in content and business partnerships, this is by far the leading event for the region, now further bolstered by being part of the Soft Commodity Week, Africa.
With a high level organizing committee providing input to reshape the agenda, 2019 will see new and innovative subject matter impacting the industry today. Focusing on finding new markets for sugar, creating new revenue streams, trade, innovation and digitalisation in production, and best practices in various sustainability impact areas, the conference will bring a tailored approach to what’s best for the African region.
New in 2019
- Trade, import regimes and negotiations
- Implementation of trade agreements
- Strategies to manage the short term low prices and bearish outlook
- Export market dynamics
- Sugar price outlook
- Creating new markets for sugar and by products
- Digitalisation technologies being adopted in the sugar processing industry
- Cane pricing and best practice in various models
- Regional market updates on trade and production efficiencies
- Water management
- Attracting investors
- Financing, funding and policy for smallholder outgrower schemes
- Improving efficiencies and sustainability in outgrowers production
The first ever Soft Commodities Week Africa is a uniquely positioned combination of 3 separate conferences, addressing the hottest issues in Sustainability, AgTech, digital disruption, investment and business partnerships. 300+ high level decision makers will convene to set the agenda for agriculture in Africa, and how industry can drive innovation, new business models and partnerships for a sustainable future.
Co located events
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Contact us today to find out how you can position your company as a market leader at this event, and to explore the range of branding and marketing opportunities available.
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