Presentation on theme: "Getting Ag Ahead A premium career in a premium industry An initiative by the UNE Business School in the B. Agribusiness and B. Agricultural and Resource."— Presentation transcript:
Getting Ag Ahead A premium career in a premium industry An initiative by the UNE Business School in the B. Agribusiness and B. Agricultural and Resource Economics degree programmes
A team of four UNE students will compete with the World’s best in an Agribusiness Case Study competition in Minneapolis, USA in June 2015 Will you support them?
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Association’s Annual International Forum, themed “Become the Solution” will be held in June, 2015 in Minneapolis, USA.
Bioinformatics (BINF 350/550) Semester 1, 2009 Professor Anatoly Ruvinsky and Dr Robert Murison UNE Agribusiness Case Study competition team* to compete in Minneapolis, USA in June 2015 Peggy Keats Craig McGlashan Lizzie Star *Sarah Rohr, fourth team member, is absent
The IFAMA Student Case Competition involves analysis of a real agribusiness case study, wherein a key management decision must be made. Teams of four students are given 2 hours to read and analyse the case, and make the necessary decision. Teams present and justify their decision in a 20-minute session in front of an international judging panel drawn from the private sector and agribusiness researchers and teachers.
The UNE Case Study Competition team traveling to Minneapolis: Elizabeth Star (Cudgewa, VIC) Craig McGlashan (Bugaldie, NSW), Peggy Keats (Cloncurry, QLD) Sarah Rohr (Silverdale, NSW) To learn more, or to meet and support the team, please contact us at Team members will be visiting sponsoring businesses before and after the competition, and will be making presentations on the experience and its meaning for their careers and for the New England region. For information about sponsorship opportunities please contact us at