AME Partners with Ag More Than Ever to Support Vibrant Ag Industry
July 17, 2013
Agri-Food Management Excellence (AME) has joined forces with Agriculture More Than Ever, an industry initiative, to help improve the perceptions and create positive dialogue about Canadian agriculture.
AME agrees with Agriculture More Than Ever that the story of Canadian agriculture is one of success, promise, challenge and determination. This cause is supported by numerous corporations, businesses, industry associations and individuals who are all committed to providing information and sharing stories to help advance the understanding and value of agriculture to the general public and industry stakeholders.
“AME is proud to be a partner in championing the Agriculture More Than Ever cause,” said AME Partner Heather Broughton.
Agriculture More Than Ever is an industry-driven cause that seeks to have everyone involved in agriculture work together – from corporations and associations to farms and individuals. Ag More Than Ever partners come from many different backgrounds to support one great industry. AME is a proud member of the ag community and a passionate supporter of a vibrant agriculture industry.
More information about this cause is available at http://www.agriculturemorethanever.ca.
Agri-Food Management Excellence (AME) is a Canadian based company that provides premiere management and leadership training for agri-food professionals. It was founded by Heather Broughton and Larry Martin who are professionals in their fields, but more significantly, they are passionate about helping others to transform their business and life by focusing on what is important. They are supported by a set of well-respected instructors from academia and industry. Through expert, practical application and the development of strong relationships with peers and instructors, people who complete AME training programs genuinely aspire for more and have the confidence to achieve their goals. Courses include the well-respected CTEAM, CFAME and Price Risk Management using Futures and Options.
More information is available at www.agrifoodtraining.com.