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Farm Management Update: Building the Rocket Ship

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Farm Management Update: Building the Rocket Ship

Time: June 2, 2016 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
Location: Quality Inn & Suites
Street: 580 Bruin Boulevard
City/Town: Woodstock
Website or Map: http://www.choicehotels.ca/en…
Phone: 1-877-474-2871
Event Type: professional, farm, management, seminar
Organized By: Canadian Association of Farm Advisors (CAFA) Inc.
Latest Activity: May 11, 2016

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Farm Management Update: 

Building the Rocket Ship 

Ontario's Premier Farm Management Update

Join Ontario's top farm advisors for a day of professional development on farm management. Learn the latest in farm business management from industry leaders who advise top business in the province and globally. Network with experienced farm advisors to improve your skills and knowledge in an industry that is fueled by innovation - agriculture.

Featuring:

Lunch Keynote:  Gerars Seijts, Ph.D., Ivey Business School: Leader Character & Succession Management

Heather Watson, Farm Management Canada, Master of Ceremonies

Michael Bossy, Bossy Nagy Group Chartered Professional Accountants:  The New Rocket Ship for Agriculture

Rob Hannam, Synthesis Agri-food Network , Business Strategy 

Doug Berchtold, DB Consultants Inc.: Putting Your Vision Into Action

Lisa Gilvesy, Jenkins & Gilvesy Law Firm: Common Pitfalls with Shareholder Agreements & How to Avoid Them

John Lanthier, Market Smart Inc.:  Marketing Strategies

Debi Sanderson, Desiderata Group Inc., Hiring, Motivating & Keeping the Right People

Steve McQueen, Emerald BioAgriculture Corporation: Technology - The Good, Bad and The Ugly

Bernard Tobin, Farm & Food Care:  The Real Dirt on Farming

Hubert Gubbels, CIBC Agriculture: Understanding How Your Bank Calculates Risk

Bob Bell, Bio Agri Mix: Dairy Production Strategic Planning

Heather Watson, Farm Management Canada: Dollars & Sense

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