The Africa Inc. Supply Chain Summit & Expo is the forum where Directors, C-Suite Executives and Managers from World-class businesses strategise, plan and shift through action plans that will deliver maximum efficiency, reduce risks and seek innovative ways to define the future of supply chain, procurement and logistics in Africa.
The event features 2 days of high impact conference sessions addressed by some of the most transformative business leaders, consultants and regulators and a parallel Expo Hall showcasing the latest technologies that will drive the supply chain, procurement and logistics industries in Africa to greater heights.
Through high impact presentations, panel discussions, case studies, and interactive networking platforms, the Africa Inc. Supply Chain & Logistics Summit & Expo will help you to navigate Africa’s increasingly changing business landscape, define your goals while benchmarking with your industry peers and discover the latest technologies and practices that will enable you to deliver your goal of a more innovative, agile, sustainable and ethical business.
More info: www.fwafrica.net/supplychain
The Africa Dairy & Drink Innovations Summit is a high level platform for world-class education, capacity building and networking for the dairy, soft and alcoholic beverages industry in Africa.
The forum is focused on the technical, scientific, nutrition, new product development and marketing aspects of these industries and brings together key decision makers from the processing, packaging, engineering, sustainability, QA/R&D, marketing/brand management departments of the industry.
Topics covered include raw materials handling, formulations management, processing and packaging efficiencies, sustainability, new products development and brand management, food safety, nutrition and quality management, among others
More info: www.afmass.com/dairydrink
AFMASS FoodTech Eastern Africa Uganda edition is the first substantive regular food, beverage and milling industry trade conference and exhibition to be held in Uganda, covering the entire sector of the industry – from dairy, beverages, meat, horticulture, coffee etc.
It will comprise 3 days of capacity building conference sessions and an Expo Hall where the A-Z of processing, packaging, ingredients, food safety and other products and services can be found in one location.
Uganda is the gateway to the area referred to as the Great Lakes region, where it borders the DRC to the east, Kenya to the west, Tanzania and Rwanda to the south and South Sudan to the north.
AFMASS Eastern Africa – Uganda edition brings together delegates and visitors from across the following countries: Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Tanzania and other sub-Saharan African countries.
The Africa Food Industry Excellence Awards highlight and celebrate the very best innovations, plants, people and initiatives in the fast growing food manufacturing, retail and foodservice industry in Africa. The awards have become Africa’s most respected food industry awards process and ceremony. The awards celebrate individual and team excellence and achievements as Africa becomes the next growth and investment frontier.
More info: www.awards.foodbusinessafrica.com
Africa Food Safety & Quality Summit is Africa’s premier food safety, regulatory and policy, quality and laboratory management conference and exhibition.
The industry focused Summit brings together regional and global experts and stakeholders to discover the latest trends in science and technology, regulations, standards, compliance, operations and sustainable adoption of safe and efficient safety, quality and management practices in the entire agriculture, food and pharmaceutical value chain in Africa.
Over 2,000 delegates and visitors from Africa and across the World are expected to grace the 2020 edition of the Summit – from the food, animal feed and pharmaceutical manufacturing, retailing, exporting and importing industries; hospitality, restaurants and catering; healthcare and other institutions; Government ministries and regulatory agencies; agriculture value chain players; suppliers of technologies; academicians and researchers and other stakeholders to discover the latest trends, opportunities and challenges and learn how to improve systems, reduce risks and adopt the latest technologies.
More info: www.foodsafetyafrica.net