Business is changing… and like all other businesses, food and agriculture are experiencing an important paradigm shift.
Purdue University is hosting the National Conference for Food and Agriculture and it seems to be a great opportunity and venue for learning more about these changes. This year’s conference includes a panel of experts discussing innovative, industry-relevant research and promises to help acquire the tools you need to build and strengthen business relationships in the agriculture and food sector.
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The Netherlands and the agricultural sector have always been closely connected. Some 24% of the world’s trade in horticultural products is in Dutch hands, while 50% of global trade in floricultural products are controlled by Dutch companies. The Netherlands is the world’s number one in greenhouse horticulture, the number one producer of onions, and the number one exporter (in value) of fresh vegetables.
Consumer behaviour and expectations have suddenly leap-frogged and the business must evolve; everyone is playing catch-up. To stay relevant, now is the time to revisit key assumptions of the past.