Nine Companies Support 2022 AgroInsurance International Conference as Sponsors and Partners

21.06.2022 103 views

AgroInsurance International Conference will take place in Tbilisi, Georgia on September 26-28, 2022. 

Hannover Re – the leading agricultural reinsurance company is the official Conference Sponsor.
Five companies have already supported this event contributing to the Conference agenda making presentations on various aspects of agricultural insurance during the first two days.
K.M. Dastur, London-based insurance broking and risk advisory company, joins the Conference as a Partner and it will make a presentation on the specifics of implementing agricultural insurance programs in the African region. This presentation will address the social aspect of agricultural risk management and the ways to enhance commercialization of small farmers using insurance.
RDA – Rural Development Agency of Georgia – is the organizing partner of the Conference. This government agency assists AgroInsurance International with the organization of the AgriTech Field Quest Day. RDA will also deliver the presentation on current development of the state-subsidized agricultural insurance program in Georgia. 
Several technology companies join the Conference as Partners, including: 
eLEAF – the provider of index insurance products, crop production monitoring solutions, and water resources management applications; 
Planet (VanderSat) – the leader in providing soil moisture index insurance and high resolution satellite optical data for agriculture and other industries; 
Agrihost – the leading agriculture software platform operator in South Africa providing services to agricultural insurance companies to support underwriting, crop loss adjustment, crop monitoring activities.
Earth Daily Agro, Green Triangle and Skyglyph have confirmed their support for the AgriTech Field Quest (3rdDay of the Conference). These companies will provide their technology solutions for practicing by the Quest participants. These solutions will include drone crop monitoring and mission planning, seasonal and real-time crop monitoring exercise using satellite remote sensing, and loss adjustment mobile application applied for basic in-filed calculations and crop damage assessment. 
The list of Sponsors and Partners of the Conference will be modified and updated in the coming months. All updates will be communicated further in upcoming Conference releases.
REMINDER: The ‘Early Registration’ is open until July 31, 2022. Starting from August 1, 2022 the ‘Standard Registration’ conditions will be applied. 


Official web page:            

Place for venue:                         Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi, Georgia

Dates:                                           September 26-28, 2022 

Conference Organizer:             AgroInsurance International LLC. –


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