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First Global B2B AgroExchangePlus®

First Global B2B AgroExchangePlus® for the Agro Industry
For Immediate Release

AgroConnect.Com – First Global B2B AgroExchangePlus® for the Agro Industry

AgroConnect.Com is the first B2B Global AgroExchangePlus® offering an end-to-end dynamic online eCommerce platform for Agro Products, Services and Ideas.

AgroConnect.Com is an ehighway where AgroPeople eCommute to exchange Crop Protection Products, Intermediates, Excess Stocks, Agro Technology, Referral Services, Registrations, Careers and Ideas (forum). AgroPeople include agro manufacturers, distributors, traders, scientists, registration and regulatory bodies.

"AgroConnect.Com will leverage on the existing inefficiencies in the agro market due to diverse culture, weather, licensing requirements, rural practices and crops which creates significant price differentiation for agro products and services. AgroConnect.Com therefore envisions aggregating the world agro market to eliminate existing inefficiencies in the procurement, pricing and distribution of products, services and ideas."

AgroConnect.Com will be promoted by a consortium of Industry players and venture capitalists with an in depth knowledge of the agro market space. The vortal is managed by industry veterans with over 25 years of global business contacts and deep understanding of different registration requirements on global basis.

To learn more about the Global AgroExchangePlus®, visit www.AgroConnect.Com

About AgroConnect.Com

AgroConnect.Com is the Internet's first Global AgroExchangePlus®, a market place for the Agro Industry. Manufacturers, buyers, and intermediaries, around the world, use AgroConnect's AgroExchangePlus®, an open, neutral market, to find trading partners, negotiate pricing and complete transactions online. Founded in 1999, AgroConnect.Com is headquartered in Singapore with plans for expansion into strategic locations around the globe. For more information, visit the company's website at www.AgroConnect.Com

For more details Contact:

George Julien Rajesh
Co-Founder
AgroConnect.Com
Singapore

Email:
Telephone (65) 367 4608
Fax (65) 3672994


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AgroConnect.Com
an ehighway where AgroPeople eCommute to exchange Products, Services and
Ideas Worldwide!

AgroConnect.Com
Bukit Timah PO Box 0102
Singapore 915804

Telephone (65) 367 4608
(65) 367 4879

Fax (65) 367 2994 (Singapore)
(1 - 425) 920 9020 (United States)
(44 - 870) 167 5633 (United Kingdom)

URL www.agroconnect.com

Email contact@AgroConnect.Com (For General and Sales enquiries)
management@AgroConnect.Com (For Strategic Alliances
and
Partnerships)
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