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The first 100 people to register for the conference will qualify for two nights FREE hotel accommodation at the Centro Capital Centre from 15-16 February 2016.

Offer ends 23 October 2015.

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for sustainable agriculture products made during GFIA 2015 GFIA is your platform to increase sales to farmers, government buyers, NGOs and resellers from 80+ countries.

The world's most important event for food production

Innovation gives us the only real chance of feeding the world without destroying the environment. It gives us food security, increases crop yields, improves soil health, saves water and empowers communities in developing countries.

GFIA is an exhibition and conference that exists to present these innovations to farmers, to connect buyers and sellers around the world and to promote sustainable agriculture as the only solution for increasing food production and combating climate change.

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New initiatives for 2016

A co-location with VIV MEA will see an additional 3,000 food producers attend with an interest in poultry production. Read more.

A livestock area will host a community of companies supplying high-quality pedigree livestock, culminating in a live auction on day two.

Access to an online matchmaking website before GFIA will enable visitors and exhibitors to arrange meetings in advance.

An online exhibitor marketplace will allow exhibitors to showcase products to show visitors exactly what products they can buy.


GFIA 2015: A story of

4,552 attendees from
85 countries
254 exhibitors from
41 countries
23 ministerial
251 speakers across
five programmes
80 new innovations
78% of visitors found
products they wanted to buy
1,437 orders for
sustainable agriculture innovations
40 globally significant

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