AGRO BANGLADESH 2019
Harnessing science and technology for agriculture has to be conveyed zealously for millions of farmer community in Bangladesh. This exhibition striving to bring every farmer face to face with the advanced technologies innovations in agriculture. Agro Bangladesh exhibitions serve as a pathfinder for the Agri community and urge them to compete and capture the world market. It ensures that farmers find a Path to harvest the best in agriculture. Agro Bangladesh 2019 is organized by Rainbow Exhibition & Event Management Services Ltd. Rainbow Exhibition & Event Management Services Ltd. execute Organizing and managing local and International trade exhibitions including opening Ceremonies, performances, receptions, conferences, symposiums and trade fairs. Etc. Rainbow Exhibition & Event Management Services Ltd. has gained a wide professional experience in this realm and yet is committed and dedicated to deliver right environment to get the best business deals and contacts to our clients and exhibitors to revive dormant and emerging markets, creating high profile and highly targeted business and consumer exhibitions. Rainbow Exhibition & Event Management Services Ltd. aims to facilitate communication around the globe amongst specialist people to present new avenues for local international trade and to forge closer links and networking between local and international enterprises through exchange of experience and expertise on best business practices and strategies.
Bangladesh is primarily an agrarian economy. Agriculture is the single largest producing sector of economy since it comprises about 30% of the country’s GDP and employing around 60% of the total labor force. The performance of this sector has an overwhelming impact on major macroeconomic objectives like employment generation, poverty alleviation, human resources development and food security.
Agricultural holdings in Bangladesh are generally small. Through Cooperatives the use of modern machinery is gradually gaining popularity. Rice, Jute, Sugarcane, Potato, Pulses, Wheat, Tea and Tobacco are the principal crops. The crop sub-sector dominates the agriculture sector contributing about 72% of total production. Fisheries, livestock and forestry sub-sectors are 10.33%, 10.11% and 7.33% respectively.
Meeting the nation’s food requirements remains the key-objective of the government and in recent years there has been substantial increase in grain production. However, due to calamities like flood, loss of food and cash crops is a recurring phenomenon which disrupts the continuing progress of the entire economy.