As the population grows and climate issues present challenges to productivity, the world must prioritize sustainable solutions for our food value chains. Innovators and disruptors are required to provide new  methods that minimize inputs and maximize outputs, connect farmers to real time data to improve decision making, and streamline supply chains to make them more resilient and reduce their environmental impact. BCIU is assisting in the global effort to confront these challenges by encouraging innovation and serving as a global convener to facilitate partnerships and productive action. We seek to promote sound agriculture policy and the adoption of best practices that inspire and integrate market-based solutions in the sector.


April 2022: BCIU Welcome Dinner in Rome with The Honorable Cindy McCain, Ambassador, U.S. Permanent Representative to the UN Agencies in Rome.


Case Study

Case Study

Driving Agriculture Solutions in Nigeria


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If you are interested in partnering with us on these or other related opportunities and to get a full picture of our sector strategy, please contact Joe Walters at