Best Practice in Food Supply
Empower Africa’s domestic Food Sector
Turning opportunities into strengths

Wednesday, 10th November 2021

THE NETWORK

The network consists out of the German – African Team of experts in the field of Supply Chain Management. Most of our trainers and consultants are lecturers of The University of Applied Sciences in Kiel (Germany) and are working with African professionals to share the knowledge of experts to build the foundation of successful international business.

The team is working on different services which can improve your business and extend your network.

THE PROGRAM

In simple terms, business development can be summarized as the ideas, initiatives, and activities that help make a business better. This includes increasing revenues, growth in terms of business expansion, increasing profitability by building strategic partnerships and making strategic business decisions. In our field, business development is focused on the knowledge transfer between Africa and Germany.

The German – African Team of experts will build the bridge between African and German professionals to assist you to get professional knowledge in the field of Global Supply Chain Expertise through practical E-Learning seminars, based on German expertise and African needs.

CONNECTING GLOBAL MINDS

The team invokes the following philosophy – We live in a changing world. This is why our team offers new global hubs in Africa for manufacturing and trading, as well as digital platforms for training and knowledge exchange worldwide.

Young professional talents from Africa in combination with German expertise are the pillar of the team. We offer African managers and start-ups bright ideas: events, online seminars, and individual business services, as well as solutions, are the basis of our activities.

THE FIRST SEMINAR

The event is planned for the 10th of November 2021 and will be held in a hybrid form as a seminar in the Hotel Starland in Douala, Cameroon as well as on the web. 

Program (Duration: 3 hours) / 10th November 2021 / Online and in the Starland Hotel in Douala, Cameroon.

10:00 – 10:30

Welcome Speech

Speakers: Hanno Dettlof / Evrad Tchakounte

10:30 – 11:00

What does Cameroon need on modern business education to develop a local agro-industry branch?

Speaker: NT FOOD SARL / Dr. Thierry Nyamen (managing director)

11:00 – 11:30

Food Packaging – Delivery Safety and Sustainability by World Class Packaging Solutions (TBC)

Speaker: Tetra Pak – Mr. Claude Bissing (TBC)

11:30 – 12:00

Requirements and Trends  on efficient Export Packaging and Transport – Sea, Air, Ship

Speaker: DHL / Mrs. Veronique Ebenye

12:00 – 12:20

Coffee Break

12:20 – 12:50

New Trends in Packaging – Essentials from “agrafood Nigeria 2021”

Speaker: KRONES (T.B.C)

12:50 – 13:20

Importing Food from Africa – View from Importing company in Germany

Speaker: GM Exbox GmbH (Wünsche Group) / Björn Gehrmann

13:20 – 13:50

Importing Cocoa from Africa for sustainable Chocolate products

Speaker: RITTER Sport Germany

13:50 – 14:00

Summary of the lessons learned and next actions

Moderation: Wilfried Krokowski / Franck Jiongo

The event is supported by our partners in Germany and Africa. The conference language is English with simultaneous French translation. The conference will take place in a hotel in Cameroon. Some speakers will perform their presentations virtually.

ABOUT: The EVENT, the SPEAKERS and PARTICIPANTS

The initial event to introduce the network in Cameroon will be a short ONLINE conference focussing on the domestic food industry. We will have 15 – 30 minutes speeches on various topics from Quality & Safety, Logistics, Sales, Raw materials, and Food Packaging.

Of course, food packaging is a key factor when it comes to efficiency improvements in the domestic industry and identifying opportunities for exports from Cameroon.

These two points are the central aspects of the event and should be linked with the speeches.

It would be our pleasure to welcome you and offer a slot to speak to local representatives of the Cameroon industry and share your views, visions, and expertise to develop the food industry in Cameroon in the midterm.

We have invited over 100 local companies, representatives, institutes, and organizations. We expect 50 + participants for our first event.

In addition to the event, we schedule a 2-hour workshop for representatives (professors, lecturers, and students) from local the University and High Schools, to evaluate the possibility of a long-term partnership.

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African food manufacturers to improve packaging, better compete in markets

Small and medium-sized firms in sub-Saharan Africa receive training in using quality packaging to add value to their products and ensure competitiveness in global markets.

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