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Fourth edition of VIV Africa 2024 scheduled to kick off this October

This year’s event will feature not only the latest advancements in poultry but also innovations in dairy and agricultural sectors, providing a holistic view of the industry. (Image source: VNU)

Set to take place from 2-3 October at the Kigali Convention Centre (KCC) in Rwanda, VIV Africa 2024, previously known as Poultry Africa promises to be a landmark gathering for professionals from around the globe

This year, the event will feature the latest advancements in poultry as well as dairy and agricultural sector innovations, thereby providing a holistic view of the industry. According to VIV Africa project manager, Natalie Taylor, attendees can expect a more comprehensive event with a wider range of exhibitors, more diverse content, and new opportunities for networking and learning. Given the proven track-record of the previous editions, alongside the expansion of the show with dairy and agriculture, exhibiting spaces have already sold out.

The main focus for this year's event will be poultry, followed by agriculture and dairy. Break-out sessions will ensure that there is always a session on each sector. Moreover, with the increasing demand for quality protein sources, the protein industry in Africa is forecasted to witness significant growth. VIV Africa therefore, plays a crucial role by providing a platform for knowledge exchange, innovation, and industry networking, in turn bringing together key stakeholders and industry leaders. Through this approach, the event facilitates the adoption of best practices and the introduction of new technologies, all of which are essential for sustainable development. 

VIV Africa is a combination of sessions and special events including in-depth workshops, technical seminars and a special networking cocktail with local talent on the first night of the event. 

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