Agribusiness webinar starting December 2



Vijayawada: The Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FAPCCI) is hosting a five-day webinar on entrepreneurship development in agribusiness from December 2-7.

FAPCCI program director Cheikh Sahabuddin said in a statement Monday that agriculture is the main livelihood sector in the country. This sector has emerged with vast opportunities for job creation and has great potential to induce technological innovation.

As the population continues to grow, more effort and innovation will be needed to increase agricultural production, improve the global supply chain, reduce food loss and minimize waste in order to provide nutritious food to millions of people. people. While increasing agricultural production, adequate opportunities for business creation and economic growth must also be taken into account. He said the Agri-Food Entrepreneurship Program supports the growth of competitive agri-food businesses by advancing innovation in products, processes and business models.

Sahabuddin said the training program is designed with the objectives of creating sufficient information on the different dimensions of entrepreneurship, promoting entrepreneurial skills and understanding the issues related to project formulation and project preparation techniques. , to provide adequate information on employment opportunities in agriculture. activity area.

Experts from reputable national institutions such as ICRISAT, NABARD, MANAGE and others would participate in the sessions and provide the participants with the necessary information on the topic of the training. The duration of the training would be three hours per day from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. from December 2.

Budding entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs, professionals, students, consultants and NGOs, as well as people who are planning to start a business in the fields of agribusiness can attend the webinar.

Those interested can contact Cheikh Sahabuddin and K Srikanth at the phone numbers 8008579624 and 9391422821 respectively for more details.


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