George Forrest’s plan to make GoCongo Holding Belgium number one in agribusiness

George Forrest’s plan to make GoCongo Holding Belgium number one in agribusiness

“With $40 million invested per year, we want to be the number one in the country,” Belgian-Congolese businessman George Forrest, director of GoCongoHolding Belgium, told Africa Business+. The company is targeting cattle breeding and the agri-food industry.

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            ▪ George Forrest’s plan to make GoCongo Holding Belgium number one in agribusiness

▪ “With $40 million invested per year, we want to be the number one in the country,” Belgian-Congolese businessman George Forrest, director of GoCongoHolding Belgium, told Africa Business+. The company is targeting cattle breeding and the agri-food industry.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/811657/george-forrest-wants-gocongo-holding-belgium-to-be-the-number-one-agribusiness-company/

The group was formed from a merger at the end of 2021 between the Grelka cattle breeding company, owned by George Forrest, and GoCongo Enterprises, founded by entrepreneur Aziz Khabirpour.

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