Count down to the IPVC programme
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Due to the circumstances beyond our control in Plateau State Nigeria, the host city of the expo, we have been compelled to postpone the event. While we regret any inconvenience this development may have caused you, please join us in prayers that sustainable peace return to the state. The new date of the event is now November 16 to 18, 2021 still in Jos.
Do please accept our apologies as we plead that you remain committed to the exposition, please continue to accept the assurances of our highest regards and best wishes. For further enquiries please call: 0807 239 6734, 07068018131 or 0704 007 7030. We look forward to having you join other stakeholders in the industry. THANK YOU!
16th – 18th november, 2021
1st International Potato Value Chain and Root Crops Conference & Exhibition
Brief of the Conference and Expo
CEO of ABG Paulas decorating the Executive Governor of Plateau State as the Chief Ambassador of the forth coming IPVC program holding on the 14th-16th, September 2021 in Jos, Plateau.
From left to right are the Photos of dignitaries present for the decoration of the Executive Governor and Deputy Governor of Plateau State (Crowned Prince of Plateau State, Deputy Governor of plateau State, The Executive Governor of Plateau State, CEO of ABG Paulas and the Minister of agriculture of Plateau State)
Among those attending are international guests and companies from Germany and other European countries, including GRIMME -Germany (Member of German Agribusiness Alliance under the leadership of Frank Nordmann – Co-Chair-German Agribusiness Alliance, Equipment manufacturers from German Agribusiness Alliance, and European Investors interested in buying Nigerian Irish Potato. The rest are the Nigerian Agric. leaders and communities, including the low and the mighty in Agribusinesses.
Aim and objectives
Bring together local and international Agricultural experts to proffer solutions on how to advance the production, processing, preservation, packaging and promotion of potato and other root crops in Nigeria and west Africa
Individual registration is $63.83/N30, 000 per participant while corporate registration is $1489.362/N700, 000 for a maximum slot of 25 persons.
• Evaluate ways that Nigeria can benefit immensely from African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) agreement signed by the Federal Government as the biggest economy in Africa.
• Provide training opportunities to potato and Root crops farmers in Nigeria, on how to expand their yields, financial investments, and Returns
• Connect government officials and Nigerians in the Agribusinesses with German and European experts, investors, and manufacturers of modern farming equipment with a view to improving bilateral business relationship between the Europeans and their Nigerian counterparts.
• Provide a veritable platform for the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and the Plateau state government to promote capacity building for farmers, and exposing them to the modern method of cultivation and preservation of root crops.