The world’s largest dedicated expo of sustainable agriculture innovations
Hosted by the city of Abu Dhabi, the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture showcases the best available and emerging agricultural technologies and solutions with the potential to deliver higher yields without damaging our natural resources and climate.
6,780 attendees from 120 countries attended GFIA 2018. 13% more visitors than 2017.
A snapshot of what to expect at GFIA 2019:
Split into five easy-to-find zones, over 300 suppliers will showcase hundreds of working products to help farmers and food producers improve productivity and profits.
Free to attend and renowned for its line-up of high-calibre and innovative speakers, thousands of visitors enjoy a powerful mix of keynote addresses, panel debates, innovation presentations and Q&A sessions.
Fifty exciting innovators are invited to take to the stage to tell the audience why their innovations is shaping the future of farming and food production around the world.
GFIA has always worked with a large number of influential partners, many of whom choose to host side-events for visitors during the event. Previous events have been hosted by FAO, Rockefeller Foundation, USAID, EAT Forum, African Agribusiness Incubators Network, Arab Authority for Agricultural and Investment Development, International Water Management Institute.
Recognising outstanding innovations from established and start-up companies.
CO-LOCATED WITH APIARAB EXPO
Supported by Arab Beekeeping Association, the 2nd edition of ApiArab Expo will bring together 1,000 technology suppliers, large honey producers and hobbyists for two days of networking and knowledge sharing to give regional beekeepers the tools to expand on additional revenue streams and develop the sophistication and sustainability of existing operations.
Are you currently working in agriculture? Are you involved in an innovation or project that can contribute towards food security? Discover how you can participate in GFIA 2019: showcase your solution; meet and network with public and private sector buyers, investors and potential partners right across the value chain.
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