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Fundamentals of Agribusiness

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South Africa

27 - 29 Jan, 2014  3 days

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A practical and highly interactive 3-day training course, incorporating numerous case studies to enhance delegates understanding on the production and transformation of agricultural products and their distribution.

Featuring:

  • Learn how the world's biggest industry works
  • Investigate the opportunities that will be created in feeding the world in the next twenty years
  • Understand how crops and livestock integrate into the global value chain
  • Research individual case studies into agricultural lending and investment
  • Value agribusinesses
Who Should Attend?
  • Agribusiness managers (in investment, finance, and risk management) and directors
  • Bankers lending to the agribusiness sector
  • Accountants and lawyers to agribusiness
  • Government (very important)
  • Contract farmers
  • Private equity general partners and limited partners
Methodology
This course takes a practical approach to teaching by using case studies to emphasise the key learning points. You will have the opportunity to apply the skills acquired during the programme in practical sessions which will ensure you have a complete understanding of the topics before leaving the course.

Course Overview
This course takes you to the heart of an industry that feeds seven billion people and growing. Agribusiness comprises all the industries 'from farm to fork'. It covers the supply of agricultural inputs, the production and transformation of agricultural products and their distribution to final consumers. Agribusiness is one of the main generators of employment and income worldwide. Traditional production and distribution methods are giving way to more closely coordinated and better planned linkages between agribusiness firms, farmers, retailers and others in the supply chains.
Johannesburg, South Africa Jan 27 - 29 Jan, 2014
£2,850.00
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+44 (0)207 779 8543