Future Agro Challenge

There’s an agricultural revolution underway. And our passion is pushing the envelope until innovative and fundable food, agtech, and agriculture innovations have spread around the globe, from farm to fork and beyond. The Future Agro Challenge is the leading global competition, bringing together the best of the best to make it all happen.

As many countries and regions face global challenges in food security, food safety, food waste and healthy sustainable diets, local and regional solutions right in our backyards are often overlooked. Too many voices go unheard. Are you already integrated with a local network and infrastructure? Our vast network is here to showcase, grow, and expand your vision.

FAC culminates every year with its Global Agripreneurs Summit, where the most promising ideas and ventures on an international level are selected to compete for the title of the ”Agripreneur of the Year”.

The competition will be open for entries from July 1st 2018. National finals will be held on November 14th in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

You can enter with ideas on any of the following:

  • Foodtech
  • Agtech
  • Agroforestry & Husbandry
  • Food or Beverage Product or Retail
  • Food Security & Sustainability
  • Food Waste
  • Nutrition & Health
  • Safety & Health
  • Packaging & Logistics
  • Agriculture Education
  • Agriculture Tourism
  • Agriculture Production & Processing

From July 1st to October 5th, you can enter via: Here

We will choose 10 finalist to do battle on November 14th during GEW SIerra Leone 2018. The panel of Judges will choose a National Winner that will represent Sierra Leone in the global finals in April 2019. The venue will be announced at the end of October.

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