04 March, Dubai, UAE: Agriculture industry professionals from around the world are in Dubai for this week’s AgraME, one of the industry’s leading regional trade events, to debate, promote and reshape the future of the regional agriculture, aquaculture and animal health sectors which are all experiencing game-changing growth.
A wide range of regional and international companies, speakers, buyers and industry pioneers will be descending on the event to make the most out of the conferences and workshops, at the three-day exhibition which runs from March 5 until 7 at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
AgraME will offer visitors free access to four different conference streams – the Agriculture Investment Forum; Controlled Environment Agriculture; Aquaculture and Animal Health. The conference streams for 2019 have taken shape sound the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) - a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
“By bringing together leaders in the Agriculture Industry, AgraME will address the goals of Zero Hunger, Quality Education, Responsible Consumption and Production, Climate Action, Life Below Water, Life on Land and Partnerships for the Goals” commented Samantha Bleasby, Exhibition Director for AgraME.
“By working with the UAE’s Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, this week’s AgraME exhibition and conference will bring together the global Agriculture community to help achieve the UNSDG’s in the Middle East.
From finding the latest technology, learning best practice, sharing ideas and creating new Government to Government and Business to Business connections, we are excited to welcome the international agriculture industry to Dubai this week to see where these discussions will lead” added Bleasby.
Under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, AgraME will take place from the 5 – 7 March 2019 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE. With exhibitors from more than 40 countries, AgraME welcomes government buyers, distributors, agents, and farm owners from across the Middle East and Africa.