• • • The early bird gets the worm – or in this case, business training
Entrepreneurs and business leaders, head to the 2018 World Export Development Forum (WEDF) in Lusaka, Zambia, on 11-12 September to talk business and do business. Come the day before on 10 September for a full-day ‘early bird special’ of business-to-business meetings and a chance to interact directly with experts in a variety of fields, who will pitch their expertise to you.
Business-to-business meetings will gather companies of all sizes in the agricultural sector from across the globe, linking producers and buyers, exporters and importers, commercial farmers and manufacturers. Companies from 20 countries already have registered to take part in the meetings. Business matchmaking will focus on crops and oilseeds, as well as their processed products; honey; agricultural technologies and storage systems; and packaging solutions.
Over the course of two days, each company will have the opportunity to meet up to 15 potential business partners during 30-minute meetings, as well as request additional appointments organized on the spot. The WEDF plenary sessions support these meetings with topics such as reducing risk in agricultural supply chains, packaging solutions, green finance options, improving border transit times and more.
Register here: www.intracen.org/wedf
Details will be announced on the WEDF website: www.intracen.org/wedf18/fr