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Mini MBA: Agriculture and Food Business Management Course

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18 Jun - 29 Jun, 2023Live Online10 Days$4095Register
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Course Overview

What will I learn in this Mini MBA?

Participants in the Agriculture and Food Business Management course will learn about the different interconnections of business, food, and agriculture. It’s the analysis of agriculture’s and the food industry’s interconnected value chains. Agriculture and the food sector have developed with the advancement of technology and science, and their luster has never faded. Participants who take an agricultural and food business course will be prepared for several jobs in the food and fiber sector, agriculture business organizations, banks and financial institutions, research centers, retail food firms, and other fields. The agribusiness structure, input supply, value-adding, marketing, small business loans, agricultural extension, and entrepreneurship are all part of the agriculture and food business industry.

What are the advantages of doing this course with Zoe Talent Solutions?

This course from Zoe Talent Solutions is the International Agribusiness MBA, which was created in one of the largest and most significant agricultural hubs. From the perspectives of technology, development, and responsibility, you will understand all aspects of the supply chain. It moreover highlights the need of using modern tactics and inventive strategies to maintain and preserve the agricultural goods grown in the country.

This Zoe course will empower you with a broad range of topics in management, including financing, supplier management, accountancy, microfinance, and, most notably, rural marketing. Agriculture and the food industry provide a diverse range of work opportunities. This includes professions in the technological industry, commerce, shipping, food and fiber technologies, and also employment in the financial sector, such as financial companies, which are all tied to the agriculture business.

Course Objectives

Agri-business management Courses are offered to follow a distinct set of standards than conventional MBA programs in terms of Agri-marketing, Agri-financing, and Agri-production. The following are the essential characteristics that regulate the Agriculture Management Program:

  • Long payback cycles, longer development cycles, supply instability, food safety concerns, agricultural security concerns, and ecological repercussions are all factors to consider
  • Agribusiness encompasses agriculture productivity and related industries, such as agrochemicals, genetics, agricultural production, marketing, farming equipment, manufacturing, seed supply, marketing, sales, export-import, financing, supply chain management, taxation, and trade. Agriculture and Food Business Management follows a particular set of guidelines in each context
  • Agriculture planning and outcomes might have several-year time delays. It takes several years to establish an agricultural region for business, and market circumstances might change substantially over that time

Training Methodology

The concept, practice, and research involved in founding and developing new agriculture enterprises are covered in this curriculum. This program covers topics such as pairing new types of endeavours to entrepreneurial goals, the results of its operations, designing business models for value, evaluating market attractiveness, networking, raising capital, creating competitive advantage, writing business plans, franchising, and managing growth. Any use of other people’s ideas, discoveries, or terminology should be recognized and credited correctly. All contributors to a piece of work must be properly acknowledged. Support all other students’ integrity and their right to pursue their educational goals without intervention.

This collaborative Mini MBA – Agriculture and Food Business Management Course follows the “Do–Review–Learn–Apply Model”.

Organisational Benefits

The following will be beneficial to the company which undergoes this course by Zoe Talent Solutions:

  • Agri-entrepreneurship is the use of entrepreneurial skills, methods, and ideas to address agricultural sector difficulties and increase farm profitability
  • Assess your company’s strengths and shortcomings, as well as potential development roadblocks
  • Make every employee a proponent of environmental protection
  • Long-term strategy employees and co-creators
  • Encourage your staff to compete in a healthily
  • Create a growth strategy for your company

Personal Benefits

  • Agriculture food Business Management graduates can pursue a range of careers
  • There is a scarcity of skilled individuals to fill Agriculture food Business Management roles in a variety of businesses, both commercial and public
  • Participants can develop valuable skills that enable them to make informed financial and commercial decisions in the agricultural industry
  • Graduates have a wide range of job opportunities in both the commercial and governmental sectors
  • The Master’s degree program prepares learners to recognize the physical, chemical, and biological makeup of soils, as well as their influence on plant development and how different types of soils respond to fertilizers, crop rotation, and other factors
  • Participants can share their expertise with farmers’ groups or individual farms after completing the course to boost food production while encouraging environmental conservation measures
  • The participants will learn about the food and fiber supply chain, as well as related business fundamentals

Who Should Attend?

Agriculture and food business courses are available at both the university level. The following are the qualifying requirements for both levels of courses:

  • Participants with less experience who want to be an M.B.A (Agriculture) can typically find this program to meet their criteria
  • However, apart from them, seed and agrichemical companies such as farmer’s mutually supportive, and many others are among the top recruiters for MBA in Agribusiness educators

Course Outline

Module 1: Infrastructure in Agriculture

  • Food and agriculture production
  • Supply of agriculture inputs
  • Financing for agriculture
  • Project management for agriculture

Module 2: Platforms for Financial Services

  • Data Selection and Reporting
  • Management of Human Resources
  • Individual Attributes

Module 3: Fundamentals of Business Law

  • Technology for Managers
  • Microeconomic theory
  • Management of Industries
  • Quantitative Techniques
  • Quantitative Techniques

Module 4: Administration of Human Resources

  • Using Information Technologies to Improve Business
  • Group Approaches to Interpersonal Relationships
  • Governance and Macroeconomics
  • Management of Logistics

Module 5: Individual and Commercial Ethics

  • Business, Community, and the Ecology
  • Techniques of Business Research
  • Finance for Corporations
  • Governmental Processes and Systems
  • Internet-enabled Businesses

Module 6: Organizational Change

  • Context (Rural, Economic, and Organizational)
  • Strategic Planning
  • Management Communicating and Research
  • Policy on Agriculture and Food

Module 7: Financing for Agriculture

  • Agricultural Input and output Management
  • Food business strategy
  • Project Planning for Agribusiness
  • Information Assurance and Market Analysis
  • Agri-Food Trade on a Worldwide Scale

Module 8: Control of the Value Chain

  • Agribusiness solutions
  • CINE (Creation, Invention, Networking, and Entrepreneurship)
  • Global Farm and Agribusiness
  • Corporations and Approaches

Module 9: Microfinance Administration

  • Control of the Food Supply Chain
  • Competency Evaluation and Development
  • Financing for carbon emissions
  • Government Policy

Module 10: Business in Agriculture

  • Agribusiness Management
  • Futures and Alternative Markets for Agriculture
  • Markets and Value in Agriculture
  • Quality of food Economics
  • Agricultural Trade and Policy Analysis in Practice
  • Managing Power Companies

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