The African fertilizer market’s key industry meeting point for trade and insight returns
Access ● Affordability ● Sustainability
The Argus Fertilizer Africa Conference is returning in-person between 8-10 February 2023 in Nairobi, Kenya at the Safari Park Hotel.
Join attendees from across the African fertilizer value chain for three days of discussions and presentations by senior industry leaders on key topics of the day, based on the key themes of affordability, availability and sustainability of fertilizers in Africa.
Networking is at the core of the Argus fertilizer conferences and so, whether you are involved in the supply, trade or distribution of fertilizers in Africa, you will have the opportunity to meet valuable new partners and customers from across the sector at this event. Do this by exploring our dedicated exhibition hall showcasing the latest technology and innovations in the sector or by make the most of our networking coffee breaks, drinks receptions, roundtable discussions and a NEW Awards ceremony.
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Recognising and celebrating both individuals and businesses excelling and demonstrating commitment and innovation across diverse areas of the African fertilizer value chain during the conference, with a dedicated Awards ceremony.
Gain insight from key industry and government leaders on how they are navigating disruptive global events and market changes, including navigating the food security crisis and challenging geopolitical environments, as well as climate challenges for agriculture.
Hear from fertilizer industry leaders and key stakeholders from financing, transport and logistics and soil health perspectives along the supply chain throughout the 3 days of the conference discussing key topics of the day and how to overcome challenges and thrive in this exciting market.
Discuss key topics around affordability, availablity and sustainability of fertilizer use and trade in Africa with industry colleagues in an informal setting and make the most of breaks and drinks receptions to meet with contacts old and new.