Media partners

  • Supporting Associations

    •  The SACEEC is a private/public Partnership established in 2000 to facilitate growth and development of the Capital Goods and services sector. The SACEEC provides a facilitating role in assisting the capital equipment sector companies to grow their business through exporting. The South African Capital equipment export council’s mission is to facilitate, support and develop a competitive South African capital equipment manufacturing and services sector. 

      For more information please visit: http://www.saceec.com/

  • Country coordinating partners

    • ADEPTA brings together French agroindustries, French manufacturers and suppliers of equipment, technologies and input for agriculture, livestock and agrifood production. Through its 244 member companies and organizations, our professional association is a unique showcase of the French commercial offer and expertise in these sectors.

      For more information please visit: http://www.adepta.com/

    • AgriProFocus is an international multi-stakeholder network in the agri-food sector consisting of farmer entrepreneurs, private sector enterprises, governments, knowledge institutions and civil society organisations. We are active in 13 countries in Africa and South-East Asia, and link 22,000 agri-professionals worldwide across multiple value chains. AgriProFocus makes agribusiness work for development.


      For more information please visit: http://agriprofocus.com/zambia

    • China National Chemical Information Centre (CNCIC) was established in 1958. After nearly sixty-year's development, CNCIC has grown into an authoritative and comprehensive information provider. Subordinated to ChemChina, one of the most famous Top 500 in the world, CNCIC provides integrated services for manufacturers, suppliers, and traders in sectors of chemical, agriculture, energy and environmental protection etc

      For more information please visit: http://www.cncic.cn/

    • The UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) is a specialised government body with overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to the UK. The UK Pavilion will consist of companies showcasing the best of British agricultural technology in a range of agricultural sectors such as livestock, mechanization, seed and crop protection and agro-processing

      For more information please visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-trade

    • In the many fields of the agricultural sector DLG International GmbH organizes international specialist exhibitions, from agricultural machinery and equipment, crop growing and animal production to bioenergy. DLG International is also the leading consulting company of the DLG group for Agribusiness and the Food Industry - national and international.

      For more information please visit: http://www.dlg-international.com/home-en.html

    • Czech government body, sector of agriculture

      For more information please visit: http://eagri.cz/public/web/mze/

    • The Holland Pavilion is organized by the Netherlands Export Combination and AgriProFocus Zambia, on behalf of the Dutch government. The Pavilion consists of innovative Dutch companies in the poultry and dairy sector.

      For more information please visit: https://www.nec.nl/

    • ZimTrade is Zimbabwe’s trade development and promotion organisation. Its mandate is to Energise Zimbabwe’s Export Growth.

      For more information please visit: http://www.zimtrade.co.zw/

  • Premier Media Partner

  • Media Partners

    • Africanfarming.com is an online community for farmers from Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Botswana. The Africanfarming platform gives farmers daily agricultural news and a weather report; articles and videos on extraordinary farmers and their operations, and articles and videos on farmer-designed equipment, implements and gadgets. A panel of experts in diverse agricultural fields will answer your farming questions, and an agricultural commodity window in which to display market prices is in the development phase.

      For more information please visit: http://www.africanfarming.com/

    • First published back in 1980, African Farming and Food Processing is the only truly pan-African agricultural magazine. It is valued key buyers of agricultural equipment and machinery throughout the continent as a reliable source of news and information on products, techniques and suppliers.

      Each bi-monthly magazine issue contains a mix of independent editorials devoted to sustainable agricultural development, market intelligence, products, techniques and innovations across all agricultural sectors as well as coverage of all the major exhibitions and trade events. 

      The magazine website www.africanfarming.net is updated with content on a daily basis.  Visitors are able to sign up for our monthly e-newsletter, which provides a digest of the top news and developments as well as a link to the digital magazine.

      For more information please visit: http://www.africanfarming.net/

    • Esaja.com is a marketplace that's connecting companies across the great continent of Africa to each other & beyond. We believe in a connected future, where trade flourishes from Cape to Cairo. As a result of this, we're working to give every business with the will & zeal, access to relevant markets. The Africa of today is a continent pregnant with opportunity. Our mission is to democratise information so that any business, big or small, can have a seat at the table.  

      For more information please visit: http://www.esaja.com/

    • Harvest SA aims to inform, and create a platform for all role-players in agriculture – farmers, the government and the corporate sector – to work together in providing solutions to food security, by addressing issues such as environmental concerns, employment/job creation, skills development etc Harvest SA is directly distributed to commercial farmers on a bimonthly basis via TAU SA.

      For more information please visit: http://www.harvestsa.co.za/

    • Matchdeck was founded with the aim of creating a new type of semantic graph based corporate information resource powered by artificial intelligence that will change the way company data is sourced, delivered and analysed.

      Our matching engine matches companies up and down the global supply chain and helps you establish new customer relationships and partnerships. Matchdeck uses semantic web technology to match companies based on their business goals.

      Once matched, companies connect with each other directly on our platform and this removes the need for more traditional forms of B2B marketing.

      https://www.matchdeck.com/ 

      For more information please visit: https://www.matchdeck.com/

    • Power FM is an Urban Youth Radio and Zambia’s first official Arts and Tourism Station which carries a unique fusion of local and international content combined with hot contemporary RnB, Hip-Hop, African and Zambian rhythms and all blended with classic hits from yester year to date.

      Power FM is an Urban Youth Radio and Zambia’s first official Arts and Tourism Station which carries a unique fusion of local and international content combined with hot contemporary RnB, Hip-Hop, African and Zambian rhythms and all blended with classic hits from yester year to date.

      For more information please visit: http://powerfmzambia.com/

    • ProAgri Zambia was launched in 2015 and we distribute 10 000 copies to farmers all over Zambia. We believe that access to free agricultural knowhow is crucial for the development of this vital sector in Zambia. In addition to our technical articles, we publish testimonials of satisfied customers, because a happy farmer is your best reference.

      For more information please visit: http://www.proagri.co.za/

    • The Business Year (TBY) is a leading research firm and publisher of annual economic resources on national economies. Present in over 25 countries, TBY provides first-hand access to the people and ideas shaping business and policy throughout the world. Each country-specific edition contains a comprehensive range of interviews and analysis, offering an inside look at doing business in the world’s most dynamic economies. TBY’s interviewees, readers, and partners comprise an international network of thought-leaders who are helping to define the future of the global economy.

      For more information please visit: http://www.thebusinessyear.com/

    • The Guardian newspaper is Tanzania’s most influential newspaper according to IPSOS Synovate*. Every day, The Guardian best team of journalists, photographers and artists produce a vibrant, authoritative and energetic newspaper that sets the agenda for their over  350,000 daily readers. The Guardian Newspaper is most respected for its objectivity and balanced news.

      For more information please visit: http://www.ippmedia.com/en