International Agribusiness Council (IAC)

International Agribusiness Council (IAC)


Business & Trade OrganizationsNon-Profit

About Us

The International Agribusiness Council (IAC) is a U.S.-based Agricultural Trade Organization engaged in shaping the United States’ Agricultural Trade Expansion. IAC works proactively on transforming American Industry’s engagement in national and international development.

Establish to promote businesses and investments between the United States and other nations, IAC serves as a neutral, trusted intermediary connecting its member firms with the essential government and business leaders they need to do business and succeed.

The International Agribusiness Council’s trade missions are programs that designed to help companies explore trade and investment opportunities in American, African, and Asian markets mainly in Agriculture, Agribusiness and Trade.

Our trade missions serve as excellent door-openers that help U.S. firms establish strategic connections with local business communities in Africa and in Asia and facilitate access to key economic decision-makers and senior government officials.

Our trade missions offer participants the opportunity to:

Market rent products such as Cocoa, Coffee, Cashew, Peanuts, Rubber, Teak wood…,
Meet and network with senior government officials (group and private meetings)
Explore business opportunities in Asia and Africa’s Agriculture and Trade sectors
Take part to our Trade fairs, Symposia, and many other types of exhibitions related to promote Cocoa, Chocolate, Coffee, Cashew, Rubber, Food Industry, and Agriculture in general.
Gain a deeper understanding of investment climates
Discover new business partners ...

Rep/Contact Info

Diby Bertrand AKO
President & CEO