For leading organisations, developing a sustainable, reliable supply chain is critical to operations, but providing the skills and training required is a complex task.
As a competitive advantage, it is a challenge;
As a corporate responsibility, it is a necessity.
Agribusiness Academy is the only solution equipped to roll-out tailored learning solutions to food and agribusiness supply chains, with the technology and expertise for global scale.
Improve the success of your value chain with Agribusiness Academy.
Upskill partners to be more reliable, reduce waste and improve quality, creating a value chain that is more productive and that you can depend upon.
By developing efficiency, output and sustainability of the value chain, companies can have an impact on their partners, their business and their community.
Easily disseminate important information to value chain partners with videos and documents, and monitor participation using our solution.
Agribusiness Academy uses a bite-size content approach; videos and learning materials are developed in a modular way so that learners can move at their own pace.
Our Action Learning Projects enable learners to test their new knowledge in a practical scenario. This prepares learners to apply their learning, ready to do so in their own workplace.
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We have developed 1000 actionable video lessons and more than 500 learning materials in the form of studies, tests and knowledge boosters.
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World-renowned experts provide practical training across all food and agribusiness topics
Your solution is built to the requirements of your supply chain; if that involved internal training, we’ll assist with bringing this online
Tailored learning environments can be rolled-out in days, not weeks or months.
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Our courses focus on providing practical, actionable teaching, not theoretical, academic learning.
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Dr. David Hughes is a much sought-after speaker at international conferences and seminars on global food industry issues, particularly consumer and retail trends. David has lived and worked in Europe, North America, the Caribbean, Africa and South East Asia and has extensive experience as an international advisory board member with food companies and financial service organisations on three continents. For 20 years, he was a Non-Executive Director of Berry Gardens Ltd – a U.K. farmer-owned berry fruit business (£230 million turnover in 2015). With his American business partner, David established, grew and sold a branded fresh produce business which served supermarkets in the USA. Around the globe, he works with food and beverage supply chain companies – including farm input, growers, manufacturers and ingredient companies, retailers and food service firms – to assist them in management training, strategy and Board level decision-making. David’s views are frequently sought by TV, radio and the printed press.
Donna Rosa is a US-based international business development services (BDS) consultant and strong champion for small enterprise in developing countries. With a focus on the food processing and agribusiness, she provides business advisory services, business analysis, business plan development, market research, marketing support, capacity development, training, organizational development, and mentoring.
Donna has an exceptional combination of international food industry experience in 13 developed countries, technical background in food science and nutrition, and hands-on development work in 14 emerging countries. She has worked for multinational food companies as well as USAID, DfID, and UNDP. Donna’s special interests include entrepreneurship as a means of economic development, sustainable development, social responsibility/shared value, social enterprises, inclusive business, and eliminating poverty, hunger, and malnutrition.
Donna is currently President of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of UNA-USA and a Senior Fellow at the Public Private Alliance Foundation.
Martyn is Managing Director of the Center for Strategy & Leadership, a consultancy based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He is also Adjunct Professor of Corporate Strategy at Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, and affiliated with TIAS School of Business & Society, Tilburg University.
His international teaching experience stretches over 20 years, covering both open and customized in-company programs, and Executive MBA modules in the fields of strategic innovation, strategy implementation, and leadership. He is also the advisor of management teams in these fields.
Martyn’s current research is focused on the interplay between strategic management and organizational learning. His path-breaking book Corporate Universities: Drivers of the Learning Organization was published by Routledge in 2014. In addition, Martyn has authored articles on inter-firm cooperation in the agribusiness, and a series of Harvard-style cases on agribusiness companies with his mentor from Harvard Business School.
Martyn holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Erasmus University in Rotterdam, and an MA in Policy and Organization Sciences from Tilburg University
“Nishant Sharma is an agribusiness professional with experience in India, East and West African countries. He has worked along complete value chain in agribusiness globally majorly focussing on organic food value chains. His span of experience is in developing organic farming projects from conception to the implementation. Developing new large scale projects with organising small holders in groups for organic farming, training, system set up for documentation control / Internal Control System, procurement set up for various agricultural commodities are major areas of work. He has hands on experience of implementing international organic farming standards in various countries. “
Avnindra is an Agri-business professional for last 20 years with exposure to various geographies of India across businesses ranging from fertilizers and agrochemicals (bio and chemical both) to agri & non-agri retail, project conceptualization on various sub-domains of agriculture, supply chain of agri-produce for fruits and vegetable processing, delivering farmer-level extension of Govt. support in the form of seeds and fertilizers in the capacity of Business Head. Having understood dynamics of agri-business ranging from farmers’ psyche, evaluation of agri-technique as a business proposition, dissemination of knowledge, exploring new agri-technologies, developing business models, understanding employee psyche, employee capacity building to managing storage & logistics, finance & accounts of businesses which he has led in various corporate entities. He has done his Masters in Agriculture in the discipline of Plant Breeding& Genetics from College of Agriculture, Indore-MP-India.
Prof. Olaf is an expert in Greenhouse growing of vegetables and flowers, postharvest physiology, quality controlled logistics, consumer acceptance and market science. He possesses more than 35 years of experience in university education in agricultural related sciences, experience in public-private research projects and management, experience in teaching in the Wageningen Agri-food MBA and experience in teaching several courses for the Wageningen Center for Development Innovation about Horticulture and postharvest management
Dr. Chaudhuri was at Deloitte, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, assistant professor at the Center for Industrial Production at Aalborg University, Copenhagen (Denmark) and is currently working as Associate professor at Copenhagen Business School. He possesses hands-on expertise in supply chain risk management in both discrete and process manufacturing industries. Atanu has a doctorate from the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow.
To the Agribusiness Academy he brings his rich understanding of the mathematical and empirical modelling tools and applies them to suit the dynamics of the food sector. He recently completed a project that modeled the supply chain risks in food processing and food retail industry contexts, the experience and insights of which he will present within this masterclass.
Ir. Woody Maijers possesses more than 25 years of work experience in providing solutions to complex organizational chains and networks within the food & agribusiness sector. Woody Maijers has worked as a managing director of AKK (Agri Chain Competence, www.akk.nl) in several co-innovation programs (100 million euro turnovers in total) with more than 400 chain and network projects. He works as a professor at Inholland University of Applied sciences and is engaged as a project leader in several public-private projects focused on research and education.
Mr. Udai possesses 35+ years of techno-commercial work experience in various Food establishments of repute in India and UAE. His immediate past assignment was with SGS India as Training and Technical governance head of food division and a short stint with India’s Leading snacks manufacturing company namely, Haldiram Nagpur as General Manager operations.
Served as resource person for Designated Officers and Food Safety Officers of Food Safety and Standards Authority Of India (FSSAI), all over India, for food safety, Hygiene, Food Safety Management System (FSMS), Traceability, Recall, Risk Assessment, Surveillance and other relevant topics to Food safety.
A Masters in Food Technology( 1982) from UN- International Food Technology Training Centre at Central Food Technological Research Institute , Mysore and graduated in Agriculture and animal Husbandry, Udai is running a training and food safety system and quality consultancy organization
Dr. Tyagi possesses more than 13 years of experience in the field of horticulture research and extension and contributed to significant amount of action research. He has published 15 research papers in international and national peer reviewed research journals, 25 papers presented in international and national Conferences/ Symposiums/ Seminars. Nine books, 03 training manuals, 03 impact studies, 12 success stories, 10 extension bulletins and 135 popular articles go to the credit of the author. His contribution in the subject was recognised when he was bestowed with the “Best Writer Award” in 2009 by Bhoomi Nirman National News Paper, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh). Looking to his contribution in the field he was awarded with the Young Scientist Award 2016 by IJTA, New Delhi and the Best KVK Scientist Award-2016 by Indian Society of Extension Education, New Delhi. He is the life member of various esteemed associations, advisory boards and scientific societies.
K. Tyagi is working as Scientist (Horticulture) at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Khargone (Madhya Pradesh). He did his B.Sc. (Ag) and M.Sc. (Ag.) in Horticulture during the year 1999 and 2001, respectively from JNKVV, Jabalpur (M.P.). He qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) twice in the year 2001 and 2006 as conducted by the Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board, New Delhi.
Shanmukh Sagar K., a young research enthusiast and a passionate teacher with 5+ years of experience in Food and Agribusiness sector both in Corporate and Academia. In Academia he worked at capacities of Consultant and teaching faculty at various institutes of repute – National Institute of Agricultural Marketing, Jaipur, School of Agribusiness Management, A.N.G.R.A.U, Hyderabad, National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management, Sonepat, Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur. In his brief Corporate stint, before turning to academics, he was associated with organisations like Monsanto, Dupont, Rasi Seeds, etc. in the field of Agri-input marketing. Shanmukh has a Graduation degree in Commercial Agriculture and Business Management, dual Post-graduation degrees (awarded with UGC Doctoral Research Fellowship) in Agribusiness Management and Financial Management and at the verge of completion of his Ph.D. thesis in the area of Intra-Industry Trade in Food Processing Sector of India. He has presented and participated in various National and International Conferences with around 10 publications in his domain
Vijayender is the founder and content director at Agribusiness Academy. Prior to taking up entrepreneurship in 2009, he has worked at Nyenrode Buisness University, Netherlands, National Institute of technology, Warangal India and several other places. Over the course of his entrepreneurial journey he has worked on several disruptive food chain projects in Europe, Asia and Africa. Value chains of the future, business model innovations and technology innovations for creating added value out of potential food waste are his favorite content topics