Insta-Pro CEO Appointed to President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa
July 17, 2018
Kevin Kacere, CEO of Insta-Pro International, a global leader in chemical-free oilseed and grain processing since 1969, has been appointed as a member of the President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa (PAC-DBIA).
The 22-member council consists of representatives from a range of U.S. industries and is tasked with advising the President on ways to strengthen trade relations and ties with African nations. Currently, the council is traveling to Africa to meet with government leaders to discuss solutions that would be mutually beneficial to all countries involved.
Insta-Pro provides medium and high shear extrusion technology to food and feed processors in more than 100 countries, and over the past decade, as a focus of the company, Africa has grown to become one of Insta-Pro’s largest revenue streams.
“It will be an honor to represent Iowa and the food/feed sector on the PAC-DBIA. Over the last 10 years, Insta-Pro has focused on Africa and it has become one of our largest revenue segments but there is still tremendous growth for food/ feed companies to unleash in this exciting market,” said Kacere. “My goal is to impact decisions to help make this happen.”
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