The initials AGB are used for:
Agbogbloshie is a former wetland and suburb of Accra, Ghana, known as a destination for locally generated used electronics from the City of Accra.
Agbani Darego, MFR (born Agbani Asenite Darego, 22 December 1982) is a Nigerian model and beauty queen, best known as the first native African to win Miss World.
Messan Agbéyomé Gabriel Kodjo (born 12 October 1954) is a Togolese politician who served as Prime Minister of Togo from 29 August 2000 to 27 June 2002.
The Agbon Kingdom (also Agbon ẹkpotọ, Agbon clan) is one of twenty-two subunits of Urhobo culture that have been in existence since before the rise of the Benin Empire in the 1440s and before the arrival of the Portuguese in the Western Niger Delta in the 1480s.
AGB Nielsen Media Research Philippines, popularly called AGB Nielsen, is a market research firm in the Philippines specializing in broadcast media.
Agbrigg is a suburb of the city of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England.
Agbolade Omowole is a technology researcher, writer, blogger, life coach and businessman. He is a contributing writer at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies and a member of the Christian Transhumanist Association.
Agboola Shadare is an international songwriter, composer and producer. He started as a church musician, then moved into club and studio production in Nigeria.
Agbinika Power Station is a 20 megawatts (27,000 hp) proposed mini hydroelectric power project in Uganda.