Under the Patronage of H. H. Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE, Minister of Presidential Affairs and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority

WELCOME TO THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

When the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) was launched in 2014 it leveraged partnerships with over 40 influential organisations, such as the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the World Bank, that wanted a platform to show the world how technology gives us the only real chance of feeding nine billion people without destroying the environment.

Now in its fourth edition, GFIA is the world’s largest showcase of sustainable agriculture innovations for increased profits and environmentally responsible farming practices. Unlike other major agriculture events, GFIA is uniquely committed to meeting the needs of both large and smallholder farmers by presenting the best available and emerging solutions with the potential to deliver higher yields without damaging our natural resources and climate.

GFIA is not only a forum for key stakeholders to discuss policy, strategy and solutions for a food secure future, but a live marketplace for suppliers to meet thousands of farmers and procurement managers from government, food producers, agri businesses, NGOs and cooperatives.

‘fifth edition’ GFIA 2017:

a remarkable success

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attendees from 86 countries
innovations presented
exhibitors
more visitors than 2016
of exhibitors had reserved space for 2018 before the event had closed
of exhibitors were satisfied with the quality of attendees

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

Held in strategic partnership with the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, GFIA works with over 40 globally significant partners committed to using GFIA as a catalyst for change.

GFIA SUPPORTERS

  • Strategic partner
  • Endorsed by
  • Co-Located
  • Cassava Innovation Challenge Partner
  • Knowledge partner
  • Destination partner
  • Official media partners
          
  • Supported by