Agribusiness Webinar Wed 5 July 6.15pm-7pm
Agribusiness is a growing and dynamic industry both domestically and globally.The job prospects and opportunities within private and public sectors are fantastic. You are in good company to hear first hand from our leading academic and industry experts. Program Director Craig Johns, Associate Director of Agribusiness Innovation at the Centre for Global Food and Resources, […]
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Beautiful pearls in the Pacific
Global Food Studies researchers Mr Theo Simos, Mr Craig Johns, Professor Randy Stringer and Professor Wendy Umberger played a key role in Pacific Agribusiness Research for Development Initiative (PARDI). The project was funded by The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). The ACIAR has been a long investor in the region and Global Food Studies […]
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Smallholders in a rapidly changing Asian region
Agrifood sector in Asia is changing. Consumer preferences are changing. Agrifood retail sector is changing. The question is how about smallholder producers? Are smallholder farmers changing? Can they change? Should they change? How to help them change? What, why and how do they change? What is the ‘suggested’ change? How can best assist smallholders? Our […]
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Is business failure a sign of market failure?
By: Jeremy Lomman I recently joined the Global Food Studies program at the University of Adelaide. We have only scratched the surface on the mountain of economic data and reports to be analysed about the global agribusiness and food industry. One thing that is already glaringly obvious is the increasing challenge of managing the […]
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