FIND HUNDREDS OF PRODUCTS

TO IMPROVE THE PRODUCTIVITY OF YOUR FOOD PRODUCTION BUSINESS

Whether you want to increase yields, save water, improve livestock health, or meet the challenges of climate change, there are hundreds of solution providers exhibiting at GFIA Europe with working products to help you improve the productivity of your farm, agri-business or sustainable agtech programme.


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Key exhibition sectors


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The Exhibition. Hundreds of suppliers will showcase working products to help you improve productivity anf profits. Innovations Theatre. 10-minute talks from companies who are shaping the future of farming around the world. Proagrica Future Farming Theatre. A ‘how-to’ guide for the implementation of smart farming. Startup Pavilion. A selection of determined entrepreneurs looking for partners, buyers and investors.
National Dutch Poultry Congress. The Dutch Poultry Centre host a half day conference on 10 May (€25 charge applies). Science & Research Zone. A platform for universities to showcase projects and partner with industry to take ideas from the lab to market. Partner events. Workshops and special sessions organised by Bayer AG, LTO Nederland and Invest in Holland Vertical Farm Zone. Learn about vertical farming up close, with a hi-tech growing system on display in the exhibition.
Meet and Match Sessions. Enterprise Network Europe is organising matchmaking sessions for all attendees. Join the networking portal. Technical Tours. Visit some of the most sustainable farming operations in The Netherlands on 11 May.


ABOUT OUR VISITORS IN 2016


  • 6503 visitors from 81 countries
  • 71% found new products to improve productivity
  • 60% will place an order within 12 months
  • 85% agree that GFIA is a leading event
  • 93% will recommend visiting GFIA to a colleague



Who attends and why?


Driven by a commitment to forge international collaborations, GFIA is unique in that it attracts professionals from across the entire value chain.

Food producers: Find out how technology can combat risk, learn how precision-farming technology can save you money and uncover methods of crop protection to enhance yields.

Supply chain professionals: See how innovation can make your business competitive and discover why you should invest in food production.

Government: See which innovations will work for farmers in your community, meet international trading partners and understand the benefits of sustainable agriculture programmes.

R&D experts: Build your network of collaborators, meet investors and buyers, and understand how to commercialise your innovations.

Investors: Get a comprehensive picture of the agriculture investing landscape, unearth emerging companies and find tomorrow’s exciting ideas in sustainable agriculture.

Development agencies and NGOs: Meet new suppliers of innovative technology, promote your programmes, find innovations that will reduce water and energy usage and network with your peers from the development community.


News & Views


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July 26, 2017

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May 24, 2017

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Connecterra launches ‘intelligent’ cow-monitoring system

May 9, 2017

An ‘intelligent’ cow-monitoring system, “Ida”, launched today at GFIA Europe 2017, is the first to use artificial intelligence to provide dairy farmers with insights and recommendations for improving productivity, animal welfare and overall herd health.

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