GFIA Abu Dhabi - Call For Speakers Is Now Open - Applications Close Tomorrow

GFIA Abu Dhabi - Call For Speakers Is Now Open - Applications Close Tomorrow

Applications close tomorrow - Tuesday 30 October 2018. 

This is your chance to join the world's largest exhibition and conference dedicated to sustainable agriculture solutions and showcase your company and expertise to thousands of the most accomplished and forward-thinking farmers, food companies, policy makers, NGO's, scientists and investors in the world today. 

Deadline: 30 October 2018
Conference Theme: Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture

Please Click Here To Apply To Speak

Can you help food producers in the MENA region improve the sophistication and sustainability of their operations using Artificial Intelligence? 

Then apply to speak at the A.I. for Agriculture Summit at the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture in Abu Dhabi next April. 

How can AI drive progress towards achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2 – end hunger, achieve food insecurity, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture?

If your company has a technology or solution that can increase agricultural productivity through Artificial Intelligence, then we want to hear from you. Or perhaps you are a scientist developing a research project in this sector, or a food producer undergoing field trials with a new innovation.

WE HAVE HELPED 25,000 FARMERS IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY

Since 2014, GFIA has helped over 25,000 farmers, growers and agribusinesses find innovations in sustainable agriculture.

Now in its 6th edition, GFIA is one of the best attended agriculture events in the Middle East and the only one dedicated to sustainable agtech.

Book a stand to showcase your products to 7,000 forward-thinking food producers in the MENA region in May 2019.

2019 | ABU DHABI | UA

1-2 April: Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre

Opening Times: Mon 1 Apr: 10.00 – 18.00

Tues 2 Apr: 10.00 – 16.00

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