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JUNE 26, 2018

Top 5 reasons to attend the National Conference for Food and Agribusiness

There are a variety of rapid-fire changes happening in the food and agriculture industry, including generational shifts and consolidations in farm business and agribusiness. With these changes and the rise in e-commerce and digital purchases, do relationships still matter in today’s agribusiness marketplace?

JUNE 19, 2018

Do marketers need salespeople or vice versa?

Targeting segments of buyers has always been the focus of marketing efforts, regardless of product or industry. But customers don't buy as segments.

JUNE 7, 2018

The case of the missing marketer

There are disconnects between marketing and sales. Organizations today need to invest in marketing the same way they once invested in sales.

JUNE 5, 2018

Audio Blog: Disruption

Whether you’re in input supply, food processing or something in between, the changes in what’s demanded by your market are fast-paced. Rapid-fire changes in technology, consumer demands, and new target demographics require long-term and strategic thinking.

MAY 30, 2018

Precision selling

A larger and larger share of all input purchases are made by fewer and fewer farmers, making each one increasingly important to input suppliers.

APRIL 25, 2018

Sales and marketing’s role in liquidity

For better or worse, marketing and sales efforts affect not only the profitability of a firm but also the firm’s liquidity, or its ability to meet short-term financial obligations.

APRIL 17, 2018

Decision discipline

You make business decisions every single day. Every once in a while, a decision comes along with the potential to be a game changer for your organization.

JANUARY 17, 2018

Disruption and chaos

The agri-food system is changing and your organization is no doubt working through the ways to cultivate competitive advantage in an industry that’s moving at warp speed. But disruption and chaos in the marketplace isn’t necessarily always a bad thing.