Cultivating Business Opportunities across the Middle East & Africa


The population in the Middle East and Africa is expected to double from 1.4 billion in 2016 to 2.8 billion in 2050; placing huge demand on food resources that are now being accounted and planned for.

With a more targeted focus on the Crop Farming, Animal Farming, Aquaculture and Animal Health sectors, AgraME 2018 will help increase food security and attract buyers looking to source the latest products and innovative solutions.

AgraME Partners with AquaNor

The aim of the partnership is to work in close collaboration towards cross promoting the development of the aquaculture and fishing industry in both markets, as well as offering visitors to AgraME a more rounded offering of international suppliers from within these industries.

Product Sectors

A part of AgraME for the past 10 years, Crop Farming remains one of the events main focal points. With a refreshed approach to positioning and promotion, the Crop Farming section is set to attract local and international buyers covering the entire value chain of products, equipment and solutions. 

With a growing demand for better food security strategies and products in the region, the Animal Farming section at AgraME will connect exhibitors with local and international buyers, from feed to housing, that cater to all farm animal types. 

AgraME is the only show in the Middle East that offers a wide range of products and technologies catering specifically to the regions aquaculture industry, in turn attracting buyers from across the globe every year to source new and innovative solutions. 

AgraME is the one of the region’s leading platforms for international professionals to see the latest developments in veterinary medicine, vaccines and nutrition. 

Stand Enquiry