The Agri-Food Leaders Seminar Series is already delivering on its promise to give participants exclusive access to new business opportunities.
Current and aspiring agribusiness and food exporters and service providers to the industry in South Australia that attend Understanding the New Business Cultures of Asia in August, will be invited to join a ready-to-eat food distribution project supplying South Australian produce to selected business precincts in China.
This is an excellent opportunity helping smaller high-quality producers access export markets by using the power of collaboration to overcome the challenge of limited resources.
The Agri-Food Leader Seminar Series has been launched to keep agribusiness and food industry people and their service providers informed, capable and motivated, by delivering fraternity-style high-quality short-form management development.
The Series kicks-off in August at the National Wine Centre. Delivered by highly-acclaimed cross-culture trainer and strategist Dr Moni Lai Storz, Understanding the New Business Cultures of Asia will teach people how to thrive in an Asian environment, understand the underlying dynamics of today’s Asian business practices, identify the pitfalls of negotiation in Asia and avoid misunderstandings with Asians.
Participants receive free membership to the Agri-Food Leaders Seminar Series Alumni and reap the significant benefits of joining a tight-knit hub of likeminded business people that want a rigorous yet enjoyable process for networking, debating, learning, exploring and incubating the next idea for South Australia’s agribusiness and food industry.
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