Washington DC, April 25, 2022. The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce officially launched the World Agriculture   Innovation & Trade Summit Bogota 2022 alongside with members, partners and non-government partners to be held at the wonderful and elite, Grand Hyatt Bogota in Colombia. The event is not open to the public.

The mission of the Summit is a pioneering initiative uniquely focused on increasing innovation, commerce,  investment and enabling greater public-private and cross-sectoral partnerships for the rural development of Latin America and the Caribbean, intended to reduce an extremely poverty in the area, and underpin transformative quality of live for farmers and low income disadvantage communities but very rich in the agriculture sector in all countries.

The U.S. MCC and partners are mobilizing this world summit of farmers, industrial, exporters and small-medium size producers to close the global investment gap in climate-smart agriculture and food systems innovation. Climate-smart agriculture is an approach that helps to guide actions needed to transform and reorient agricultural systems to tackle three main objectives: sustainably increasing agricultural productivity and incomes, while adapting and building resilience to climate change and more business opportunities without brokers or distributors.

The mail goal of the World Summit Bogota is to seeks incentives for, and mechanisms for maximizing the impact of, new investments toward an agriculture sector that is ready to face inflation and other disrupt. Development, demonstration, and deployment of practical, actionable, and innovative products, services, and knowledge to producers and other market participants, including through agricultural research extension systems.

“This premier Agriculture Summit in Bogota, Colombia,   couldn’t come at a better time. As the world emerges from a historic development of the crisis in the food sector, it’s clear that life won’t quickly go back to normal. From supply chain disruptions to high costs and inflation, our conference will have an opportunity to find solutions and a new model of the agriculture development”, said Doug Mayorga, CEO & Founder of the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce, “Growers, agribusiness leaders, technology pioneers and investors come together to exchange insights, be inspired, and identify future partnership, promote security and  exchange of ideas to impulse new rules in the production of food in one location, the extraordinary Grand Hyatt Bogota in Colombia”.

About the World of Agriculture Bogota 2022  is a tree-day event, and is celebrating a return to live events by the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce, the summit hosted sessions and networking in Bogota Colombia with a live audience of over 100 delegates in the room, extending to a global audience via the interactive livestream by paid per view. It was great to see the buzzing networking energy as everyone was eager to exchange ideas, reconnect with industry colleagues, members, partners and public officials, make new connections for the years ahead. For more information: www.agriculturesummit.org

About the Minority Chamber of Commerce (MCC):  is an independent, non-profit, business educational, membership-driven worldwide organization.  The purpose of the U.S. MCC is to promote commercial, public security- Environment defending and facilitate trade and strives to provide its members and business community with information and business plan preparation that is current and important in making critical decisions. U.S MCC continuously identifies the most-timely topics in our ever-changing, public safety,  finance-contracts global economy and invites business executives and professionals with first-hand experience to address these topics from different perspectives. For more information: www.minoritychamber.net

As a part of the Economic Development Initiative in the Americas, one of the priority goal of the U.S. MCC is to help member employers, partners, and clients to find international employees for the agriculture development; and to help them to do all steps about employment-based nonimmigrant visas require employer sponsorship and other particularly details where the chamber can be involved for talent located in  Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Colombia and Mexico.

For more information:

Veronica España
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(202)250-0260