During the Summit’s panel discussion, which focused on “Radically Transforming your Business and Becoming an African Multinational Company”, Amit explained: “Olam’s success story is the result of the strong and sustainable relationship it has maintained with both its external and internal stakeholders over the years. It’s also based on our ability to understand local markets and innovate. We operate across multiple locations, from buying stations to warehouses, from factories and mills to offices.”
Olam Agri is a market leading, differentiated food, feed and fibre agri-business with a global origination footprint and processing capabilities with a deep understanding of market needs built over 33 years. The company has a strong presence in high-growth emerging markets and products across grains & oilseeds, animal feed & protein, rice, edible oils, specialty grains & seeds, cotton, wood products, rubber and commodity financial services.
The Special Guest of Honour at this year’s Summit was H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of the Republic of Ghana. Also present was Dr. Ernest Addision, Governor of the Bank of Ghana, and some Cabinet Ministers, including Mr. Joseph Cudjoe, the Minister for Public Enterprises.