IAMN 2017 AGRIBUSINESS TRADE MISSION TO THE NETHERLANDS IS OPEN

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Join us for an exciting agribusiness trade mission to Netherlands in April. This year’s edition is jointly organized by the Institute of Agribusiness Management of Nigeria and the Netherlands Exports Combination with the support of the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Nigeria.
Why Netherlands?
Netherlands is a small country. With its 41,543km2 size, it is just the size of Kaduna state. However in spite of its size, Netherlands is the second largest exporter of agricultural produce in the world after the United States. In 2014, Netherlands exported $65billion worth of agricultural produce.
The 2017 Agribusiness Trade Mission from Nigeria to Netherlands understudy the Dutch Food Production System and Agricultural export model. These studies will help in developing a diversified and sustainable economy driven by innovative food production and exports. The trade mission will strengthen local food production system in Nigeria,provide access to the international market for the private sector agribusiness owners, stimulate local food production and expand partnership opportunities.
Features
1. Technical sessions with Dutch Agribusiness giants such as Rijkzwann, Incotech, Hendrix Genetics, Huizing harvest, C.Van Dairy technology and many others.
2. Understudy Food Production Systems developed by Wageningen university
3. Exclusive business networking meetings with government officials and potential business partners
4. Perfect platform for firms seeking market entry into the European Food and Agro market and those seeking to deepen their ties in this strategic European market.
Date – April 9-16, 2017
Group Visa Application for all delegates. For further information on registration fee, airfare and accomodation, please contact the Training Department,Institute of Agribusiness Management of Nigeria via – training@agribusinessnigeria.org
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