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Browse By Category: Agribusiness
OCTOBER 26, 2017

Efficiency not the only factor in successful supply chain/operations

A large part of the retail business is about supply chain management and operations, or SCO. Traditionally, SCO management has often been associated with efficiency, but that’s not necessarily an all-encompassing way to think about SCO strategy.

SEPTEMBER 18, 2017

Procurement strategies of commercial producers

We all know that buying and selling agricultural inputs is more than just receiving or offering a lower price. But can we be more specific?

SEPTEMBER 7, 2017

Producer perceptions of agricultural risk in 2017

Yield and price risk take center stage in most discussions surrounding risk in agriculture. While these are obviously important aspects of risk to any farm business, the risks faced by agricultural producers are much broader than prices received for products sold and the risks associated with physical production of outputs.

AUGUST 30, 2017

Information and buying preferences

Marketers today don’t have the relatively simple tasks of informing, persuading, or reminding. Salespeople don’t have the relatively simple task of convincing someone to buy from them. For both of these functions, the challenges today aren’t about outgoing messages at all.

AUGUST 23, 2017

Farmer success strategies

Part of understanding our customers' businesses involves understanding the elements they believe lead to their success.

AUGUST 17, 2017

Knowing your customer

Knowing your customer base is more important than ever, especially when your customer base includes the complex operations run by today’s large-scale commercial agricultural producers.

AUGUST 14, 2017

Building trust

When it comes to conducting business, there isn't a more important word or concept than customer trust.

AUGUST 7, 2017

Differentiation

Marketers talk a lot about differentiation. The problem is that their processes can be a little self-centered rather than customer-focused.