ABOUT THE AAC SPOTLIGHT VIRTUAL EVENT SERIES

Managing the Agri-Food Sector in Unprecedented Times

During these increasingly uncertain times, we recognize there is great responsibility in delivering critical information, accurate data and expert analysis to the food and agri community, and to play our part, the African Agri Council (AAC) is working on ways to keep our partners and network as informed and engaged as possible. We are pleased to announce the launch of the AAC Spotlight Virtual Event Series.

FUTURE EVENTS

Finance & Investment - 30 June - info to follow
Supply Chain & Market Access - 28 July - info to follow

PAST EVENTS

In these challenging times, incorporating digital and virtual channels into your marketing plans are essential to successfully engage with your market and to continue to grow your business. Watch this 3 minute video, where we will demonstrate our new virtual event platform, and show how you can reach hundreds of prospects as an exhibitor through our virtual events in a highly cost-effective manner. 

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GROW YOUR BUSINESS

WE ARE EXPANDING OUR REACH AND CONNECTING PEOPLE

  • Keynote speakers features on the main stage

  • Take part in dedicated roundtables in virtual meeting rooms

  • Breakout into groups with limited participants to allow for structured discussions

  • Connect people online with ease through one to one meetings in succession via video

  • Expo with vendor booths where attendees can have a completely interactive experience and vendors can demo a product

ABOUT THE AAC SPOTLIGHT VIRTUAL EVENT SERIES

AAC Spotlight is a series of half-day events, presented in a virtual format, that focus on specific issues facing the industry. We are delighted to launch the AAC Spotlight: Managing the Agri Food Sector in Unprecedented Times, with the first event which took place in April 2020 with further events planned in May, June and July. The free virtual event will connect our network and partners in the food and agri sector at a time when the resilience of our industry value and supply chain is absolutely critical. 

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WHAT TO EXPECT FROM AAC SPOTLIGHT

  • Matchmaking service - The AAC will set up automated matches between participants to allow for a real conference experience; meetings take place while participants have a coffee break at the virtual coffee stand or in a dedicated matchmaking area

  • Start a conversation with delegates and speakers during our networking break located across the globe

  • Watch live sessions and real-time interaction from leading experts based on exclusive data, targeted market analysts and a wealth of industry experiences at a time when industry insights can literally save your business

  • Take part in dedicated roundtables in virtual meeting rooms on specific topics with limited participants to allow for structured discussions 

  • Before, during and after a speaker delivers their presentation, send in your comments and questions and let our moderator directly engage with you

OUR PARTNERS

BECOME A PARTNER

The African Agri Council (AAC) works closely with key partners to achieve its objectives. AAC partners are diverse and include governments, international financial institutions, the private sector and foundations. The development of food and agriculture is a long term process that requires a clear strategic focus; Food and agriculture is a business that requires an entrepreneurial approach, plenty of risk capital and favourable policies. However, this industry will not achieve its potential if it remains heavily reliant on public sector support. The AAC and its partners contribute to the advancement of this important agenda, and as such work towards expanding and diversifying its resource base in order to implement its support programme.

The African Agri Council (AAC) is a pan-African institution that promotes the development of sustainable African food and agriculture.

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CONTACT

T: +27 21 700 4300

E: marketing@agricouncil.org

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