Between October 5th till 7th 2021 the 2021 Caribbean AgTech Investment Summit will organized. The purpose of this conference is to look into possibilities for agricultural technology firms in the Caribbean. By implementing modern equipment and innovative technologies, the region's agricultural business can increase output, lower prices, and mitigate consequences of climate change. A critical component of the organization's larger aim is to empower and raise the wealth of its farming communities, as well as to become a platform for attracting multinational enterprises. The vision is to connect with key stakeholders in one of the fastest growing agricultural markets and to gain access to the most up-to-date information on the regional economy and AgTech cluster. In addition, the organization wishes to identify growth prospects that can help build worldwide commerce networks.

The Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA) was established in 2007 in Jamaica, with financing provided by the European Union through the PROINVEST Program. The Association was formed as an umbrella organization for CARIFORUM Investment Promotion Agencies (IPAs) with the goal of facilitating collaboration among IPAs in the Caribbean. The organization counts more than 20 members in the Caribbean region. Via their website you can register to attend the summit.

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