Cellulant set to unlock Africa’s $50bn agric value chain potentials with technology:

The agric business in Africa is set for massive growth as agritech company, Cellulant Corporation, recently held its inaugural partners’ summit for agric individuals to link up, learn and share ideas on how to develop agribusiness in Nigeria and Africa.

The summit themed, “Technology for Transformation: Connecting Everyone to Nigeria’s $50bn Agribusiness Opportunity & Creating Jobs for Africa’s Youth” went down in Lagos State recently and some of the international organizations that showed up were DFID, Africa Development Bank (AFDB), the Central Bank of Nigeria and SANEF.

Cellulant co-founder, Bolaji Akinboro, had this to say, “Cellulant has pioneered Agritech innovation that powers the livelihoods of more than 17 million farmers and allows all players to connect to solutions that transform how they do business.”

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