Faithful to its commitment to contribute to the development of the continent’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, OCP official partner of AfricaDays has awarded this April 3 the HEC-OCP prize to ACRE Africa, a Kenyan Start Up, which through a holistic approach to insurance allows to support African farmers in a personalized way towards sustainable and sustainable yields.
“More than just a prize, this distinction symbolizes the dynamism, creativity and innovation brought by the many talents that abound on the African continent. Today, I am proud to reward entrepreneurs who are helping to build the African agriculture of tomorrow, “said Karim Lotfi Senhadji, General Manager OCP Africa.
Indeed, for this second edition of AfricaDays, HEC Paris with the support of the OCP Group has put the spotlight on agriculture. On this occasion the main actors and innovators who build the agriculture of tomorrow met on the campus around the theme “What future for African agriculture? The green revolution 2.0 “.
A round table entitled “Rethinking the Agricultural Ecosystem in Africa”, attended by Mr. Karim Lotfi Senhadji, highlighted how technological innovation can play a key role in unlocking Africa’s agricultural potential and developing a new production model with a positive economic and societal impact.
A new opportunity for OCP to witness to its encouragement of innovation and creativity of African entrepreneurs and support the countless initiatives that energize our continent.