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Future Agro Challenge, the world’s largest agro-entrepreneurs competition and the national agribusiness platform in Mozambique, invites all entrepreneurs and to submit their application to participate in the national selection of the best innovative companies.
The initiative has two categories: AgroNegócio Inovador and AgroJovem.
The best 8 companies in each category will be invited to participate in the final phase of the national competition, to be held in Maputo on 16-17 and 18 October.
The finalists will have practical training in business development, pitch presentation, and will have the opportunity to present their business before a panel of judges and public and private sector representatives invited.
The winners of the program will be able to exhibit their innovation at the national agribusiness conference, receive support from the Moz Innovation Lab team for the development of their business and the ticket to attend the Global Agripreneurs Summit event, where they can find investors, other innovators of more than 60 Countries and potential clients.
“Participating in the Future Agro Challenge in Mozambique was a great opportunity for our company. Being selected for the international event in Turkey allowed me to learn to present my product to different customers and I got to meet international buyers to export our malambe flour into new markets, “says Anifa Osman, winner of the competition representing Baobab Products Mozambique and recognized among the 10 best companies in the world in the 2017 edition.
In Mozambique the program is implemented by Moz Innovation Lab in partnership with Gapi, Barclays Bank, AMSCO and JFS S.A.
For more information and registration follow the link: http://bit.ly/FACMOZ2018 or contact Moz Innovation Lab at firstname.lastname@example.org or +258 84 506 9459
Applications are open until 6 September 2018.Source: FAC Moz / Press Release
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