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Workshop and Business Matching Event on Moringa Market Development in Indonesia

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02/2022
Kategori : Training and Consultancy
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Author : MIMIN FACT


Workshop and Business Matching Event on Moringa Market Development in Indonesia

FACT Indonesia, in collaboration with the Beyond Moringa Indonesia Association (ABMI), is pleased to announce a workshop and business matching event on moringa market development in Indonesia. The event, titled “Moringa Indonesia: From Local Culture to Global Business,” will take place in Denpasar from February 3rd to February 5th, 2022.

Moringa, also known as the “Miracle Tree,” has become an increasingly popular superfood in recent years due to its high nutritional value and potential health benefits. Moringa is native to Indonesia, and the country has a rich history of using the plant for food, medicine, and other purposes.

The workshop and business matching event will bring together stakeholders from across the moringa value chain, including farmers, processors, traders, and buyers. The event will provide a platform for participants to share knowledge and best practices, build new partnerships, and explore opportunities for moringa market development in Indonesia.

The workshop will feature presentations from experts in the field of moringa production and processing, as well as representatives from government agencies and NGOs. The presentations will cover a range of topics, including moringa cultivation techniques, processing methods, and marketing strategies.

The business matching event will provide an opportunity for participants to meet and engage with potential partners and buyers. The event will include one-on-one meetings, networking sessions, and product demonstrations.

The event will also highlight the cultural significance of moringa in Indonesia. Moringa has been used in traditional medicine and cooking in Indonesia for centuries, and the event will showcase the diverse cultural practices and uses of moringa across the country.

The workshop and business matching event will be held as a hybrid event, with both in-person and virtual components to accommodate participants who are unable to attend in person. The event is expected to attract a wide range of participants from across Indonesia and the region.

The event will provide a platform for stakeholders to share knowledge and best practices, build new partnerships, and explore opportunities for moringa market development in Indonesia. The event will also highlight the cultural significance of moringa in Indonesia, and showcase the country’s rich history and tradition of using the plant for food, medicine, and other purposes.

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