The 23rd edition of Agrilink will be held on October 6-8, 2016 (Thursday to Saturday) at the World Trade Center at the corner of Puyat Avenue and Macapagal Blvd. in Pasay City.
Agrilink is the biggest and most influential trade exhibit on agriculture that is held every year, participated in by various Philippine and foreign companies, catering to every aspect of agribusiness, food and fisheries.
The three-day event has for its theme “Negros, a Model of Agribusiness Resiliency.” The provinces of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental were recently created to become a new region – the Negros Island Region (NIR). The new region was established to improve the implementation of infrastructure development in order to accelerate and maximize benefits from the region’s natural resources and its potentials as an integrated business hub, with new growth areas and better economic opportunities for all Negrenses.
Antonio V. Roces, president of the Foundation for Resource Linkage and Development (FRLD) which is the Agrilink organizer, says that the theme highlights the sturdiness and the strength of the agricultural industries of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental through an improved and integrated focus on the chain of agribusiness activities – from production inputs, the use of new and appropriate technologies, value adding, market diversification, strategic project development, retailing, and marketing.
The event will provide easy access to the largest array of the latest and the best agricultural equipment, inputs, technologies, products and services. The exhibit will likewise provide a venue for the biggest gathering of high level leaders of the local and international agribusiness and food sectors that attend as participants and/or resource persons. For pre-registration, contact 838-4605 and 0917-588-8799 or email email@example.com or www.agrilink.org or facebook.com/agrilinkPH.