The Africa Trade Expo (TATE) presents direct access to African buyers whose main aim is to source the latest products, establish partnerships, and conclude import/export deals.
TATE is an ongoing virtual trade show for African businesses to network, collaborate, and enter into partnerships with international manufacturers and exporters.
Present your new opportunities, network, build relationships and grow your business in African markets.
TATE is an opportunity for all business owners, professional buyers, wholesalers agents, distributors, and import and export organizations are seeking to promote their products and services and partner with buyers in African markets
TATE is proud to present the inaugural launch of the Future Foods Conference, Expo, and the Food and Beverage Industries Community
About Event Conference
The purpose of this two-day launch conference is to introduce industry themes and to showcase business cases that bring an understanding of the challenges faced by government departments, manufacturers, and purchasing stakeholders as they drive performance.
This conference will delve into the innovation, technology, products, and services that can address these. Themes will be unpacked by way of various speakers and moderated panelists who will address the ongoing Series of Theme Topics.
Themes will be unpacked in a continuous and ongoing process and call to actors as the food & beverage industries supply chain community and civil society across African Countries to:
Assist exporters in better understanding of cross border trade
Elevate public discourse about the importance of food systems
Highlight existing solutions and celebrate leaders in food systems transformation
Take new actions in the face of the pandemic
Focus on Intra-African Trade for Economic Stimulation
Promote B2B Networking across the Community
The Organizers of Future Foods appreciate that unpacking solutions for the Food & Beverage Industries cannot be addressed in 2 or 3 days.
As a result Future Foods will present an ongoing shared journey and feature industry-led professionals and stakeholders from the numerous segments that make up the F&B Industries.
As a speaker and industry professional, we request that you share testimonies and solutions that have helped you achieve your goals and ask that you share your successes and challenges.
We welcome your new Themes and highlight the Themes below to set the stage for the rollout of new Themes and Theme Topics for this shared experience and journey.
You are free to add any topic relevant to the Themes below or any Theme and associated Topic you may propose:
Guide Themes and Topics
Making Food Systems More Efficient, Inclusive & Resilient
Improving Income Earning Opportunities in Rural Areas to Address the Root Causes of Migration
Preventing Transboundary & Emerging Agricultural and Food System Threats
Addressing the Need for Coherent and Effective National & International Governance for Food & Nutrition Security
Unpacking How Food Fraud Affects Food Producers, Manufacturers and Packaging Companies
Insights into Intentional Economically Motivated Adulteration (EMA) & Highlighting Category Foods at Risk
Assessing Effective Mitigation Plans & Looking at How Supplier and Distribution Relationship may Safe Guard Your Supply Chain
The Role of Compliance Bodies and How they can Support the Industry Against Food Fraud
Retailers, Restaurants, and Bars at the E-Commerce Forefront Discussing PESTLE & Cross Border considerations, Digital Trends & Risks
A look at How Retail is dealing with Anti-Trust Issues & How to leverage on the POPIA
Online Shopping, Bitcoin and a look at How Payment Technologies Are Disrupting Traditional Retailing: Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lending using blockchain & Innovative POS solutions - a look at leading Tech Partners to the Food & Beverage Industry
Unpacking Mainstream Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS)
Investment, Trade and Exports, a Look at Current Opportunities
How Companies can Improve their Cross Border Trading Reputation
Supply Chain Interrupted, an Insurance Perspective & Which Packages Cover your Business Across Borders
A look at Funding Opportunities and how the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) can Stimulate Growth into New Markets
Look at Localization vs Globalization, a Discussion about the Rise of Local Brands and how Consumers are Buying Local