Agribusiness has a lot to gain from looking at Africa, says CEO of Brazafric

“Brazil and the Brazilian agricultural investor have a lot to gain looking more closely at the African continent,” said Marcos Brandalise, founder and CEO of Brazafric Group of Companies (BGC), in an interview with ATLANTICO during the Brazil Africa Forum 2019.

“We are mechanizing agriculture in Africa in a truly sustainable way,” says Brandalise. Agro B is an integrated service platform that expects to reach continental coverage within 10 years. The initiative aims to address the major shortcomings faced by Africa’s agribusiness sector.

Watch the video with the full interview


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