November 20, 2012
The House of consultancy for food business a leading name in providing expertise and consultancy in the field of food production and processing high-quality, recently visited Australia and Newzealand on 15-20 NOV 2012 to strengthen ties and build trade opportunities for the agriculture sector and food business and due to the both countries has a great advantage of their proximity to Asian markets.
It is widely recognized that Australia has fallen behind in agricultural reform and investment. New Zealand is now the world's largest dairy exporter, having seized the advantage of China's growing thirst for milk and opened the doors for reciprocal investment.
"Our hope is to put ourselves in a position where we can find a way to invest and be assured that those investments will be able to produce for the long run," Eng Yousrey El sharkawi CEO of the House of consulting said.
"Of course, one of the things that's most interesting about agriculture and food business and food manufacturing are unlike the other resources it's obviously a renewable resource, and there's a certain attraction to being able to invest in the development of renewable resources like agricultural products."
Eng Yousrey El sharkawi CEO of the House of consulting and international Food and water Business Consultant & Expert said about the visit "I look forward to discussing new opportunities for House of consulting with the Australia and Newzealand and exploring how we can work together to ensure food security in the region,"
Eng Yousrey El sharkawi CEO of the House of consulting and international Food and water Business Consultant & Expert Said "Our commitment and exclusive focus is to support entire gamut of Food and Agribiz sector and sub-sectors in modernizing their services, processes and information, systems in a more and more interconnected world.
He said "And so we look at not where the world is today but where the world is going. What we're trying to do is really diversify globally and put more of our assets over the long run in those higher-growth economies."
The Key objectives for the visit included showcasing the house of consulting services, building customer relations, developing new business and providing information to industry professionals. These objectives were clearly achieved