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Congrats to the University of Guelph NAMA Student Business Competition Team Who Won Second Place in Kansas City.

We were delighted to watch the University of Guelph Student team compete against 29 very strong student teams from the leading Agriculture Universities from across the USA and Saskatchewan.  Each team presented a business plan to a panel of judges who evaluate the project.

Here are the final results.

 

1.  University of Minnesota

2.  University of Guelph

3.  Kansas State University

4.  University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana

5.  Michigan State University

6.  University of Wisconsin, Plattsville.

 

 

 

 

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 Fantastic presentation and very well deserved. An amazing group with unbelievable drive and professionalism all with huge career potential. Congratulations

Thank you to Farms.com for their support and for posting this video.  The team members are (L-R): Eammon McGuinty, Jill Brown, Melissa Parkinson, Laura Nanne, Emily Den Haan, Lucas Meyer, Elizabeth Stubbs, Jeremy Fallis, Rob Bos

Thanks Andrew, the team really enjoyed the experience. Thanks to all the sponsors for their support!

Andrew Bawden said:

 Fantastic presentation and very well deserved. An amazing group with unbelievable drive and professionalism all with huge career potential. Congratulations

Great job.  Thanks for representing the University of Guelph so well on a big USA stage.

Everyone is proud of your efforts.

Hi Elizabeth and Emily,

Does the whole team have summer or permanent jobs when they graduate.

Let me know and we will try to connect them to employers if they are still looking.

Take care,

 

Joe Dales

Farms.com

joe.dales@farms.com

877 438-5729 x5013

Thanks Joe, I do believe everyone has a job but I will certainly send them a note with your contact info if anyone is looking.



Joe Dales said:

Hi Elizabeth and Emily,

Does the whole team have summer or permanent jobs when they graduate.

Let me know and we will try to connect them to employers if they are still looking.

Take care,

 

Joe Dales

Farms.com

joe.dales@farms.com

877 438-5729 x5013

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