As investors are getting ready for the 6th edition of Africa Agri Expo (AAE) in February 2023, sources claim that agriculture deals worth multi-million dollars might be struck. According to TAB Group Chief Executive Officer Tahir Bari, over 100 investors and potential business leads in the agriculture value chains from 35+ countries, are keen on setting up businesses in Kenya and East Africa.
Bari: “We have seen a lot of interest from investors in the Agricultural Value chains, some are coming to seek opportunities, others are coming to sign deals after successful discussions with Kenyan companies, a full figure of what will be signed isn’t very clear, but I am sure it will be more than $25 million (Sh3.1 billion).”
The two-day event will happen on February 8-9th at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC). It will provide solutions to farmers, agribusiness professionals, agronomists, government representatives, helping them improve yields and revenue.