Excel, London, 27th – 28th November 2019.
Europe’s Leading Event For Taking Your Business Overseas.
Going Global Live is the number one show in Europe for businesses that are looking to expand internationally, export products or set up overseas operations.
Providing businesses with everything they need to know about trading in some of the world’s most lucrative cities, countries and regions; Going Global brings the most forward-thinking minds on doing business abroad under one roof.
i-genius will be exhibiting and speaking at Going Global Live in November 2019. Join us for your European Union Advisory Service and Europe relocation, set up and expansion insights.
For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.goinggloballive.co.uk
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One comment on “Going Global Live – Exhibition and Conference”
I believe it’s a good opportunity to discuss investment in agribusiness opportunity in Africa with focus on partnership and collaboration with small and medium scales companies. I like Going Global thinking that brings the most forward-thinking minds on doing business abroad under one roof. Africa where the Rockefeller Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation are heavily investing in agribusiness and research, can be a big opportunity for partnership and contribution to increase incomes and improve the food security of millions of smallholder farm households and it is a real milestone in Africa’s journey towards agricultural transformation that will see the public and private sector work more closely together to benefit millions of people. This can be done by building on each other’s capacity and bringing on board major donors and other funding bodies to the partnership and can offers an innovative mechanism to work with other donors with shared goals. Blending this with social entrepreneurship approach, it’s a good investment opportunity to discuss.
According to the 2017 Africa Agriculture Status Report, Africa needs an agricultural revolution that links millions of small farms to agribusinesses, creating extended food supply chains, jobs and economic opportunities for large segments of the population. Agriculture is still the best bet for inclusive African economic growth and poverty reduction, but no one part of society can deliver everything and Public private partnership are essential for success. An investment in agriculture reduces poverty at four times the rate compared to other forms of donations.