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ACADEMY

PROGRAMME
19-30th June, 2017
10 Days
3 Countries
6 Sectors
Exclusive Insight

Stay tuned with the impact
of technologies on
your business

Plant Nutrition - Biostimulants
Biological Plant Protection - Irrigation/Fertigation
Greenhouse Cropping - Precision Agriculture

NEW AG
ACADEMY

BACKGROUND
Agribusinesses must navigate an increasingly complex environment. But rapid changes can create new
possibilities for companies that recognise opportunities, innovate, and evolve strategies quickly.
This programme provides a broad picture of the interaction taking place between High Tech
Agricultural sectors and shows how Traditional Agricultural practices are changing.
New Ag International is deeply involved as the emerging industry aggregator and leading knowledge
disseminator in 6 SECTORS:












Plant Nutrition
Biostimulants
Biological Plant Protection
Irrigation/Fertigation
Greenhouse Cropping
Precision Agriculture

Based on our 15 years’ experience, expertise and vast network of contacts, including:
academia, industry, policy makers and consultants, across all circles in these sectors, we have
designed a 10-day programme to prepare decision makers in contributing to the value
creation of their respective enterprises.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
High potential managers evolving towards decision making in executive positions and senior executives
needing to refresh their vision. Those candidates are mostly involved in sales, marketing,
business development, M&A, product development, research and country/regional general
management.

PURPOSE & PARTNERS
Participants will acquire an exclusive insight, nourishing their strategic thinking and reinforcing the
pertinence of their global business decisions. Participants will leave the programme with a
broader perspective and understanding on how cropping system components interact with
each other and how technologies, digitalisation and policies in agriculture may impact and
even disrupt their business if they do not adapt.
To deliver this high level training course, New Ag International partners with the very best academic
and business people:









University of California Davis (USA) will coordinate the overall programme and teaching
methods, and deliver the contents in Plant Nutrition
University of Wageningen (Netherlands) will deliver the contents in Biological Control
and Greenhouse technology
Scuola Superiore Sant’ Anna – Pisa (Italy) will deliver the contents in Biostimulants
University of Lleida (Spain) will deliver the contents in Precision Agriculture
The Tahal Group (Israel) will deliver the contents in irrigation and fertigation.

To this unique Group of Experts in technologies, we have added a number of experts in market
intelligence for each of the 6 sectors covered, coming from the industry side and from consultancy
circles, as well as an analyst on the mushrooming world of start-ups whose findings and products are
Revolutionizing Farming and Supply Chains.

NEW AG
ACADEMY

WHAT TO EXPECT
During 10 working days (with a weekend in the middle to relax and network with other
participants) across 3 European countries, the programme pictures agronomical dimension
and market dynamics (Size, main players, leading products and services, driving
regulations...).
The programme covers technological advances in biotechnologies impacting soils and plants, sensor
based data, GIS and GPS systems, variable rate technology, nutrients and water management. The
programme exposes participants to emerging trends, change makers, opportunities and challenges in
the global ag. market and shows how growers, agribusinesses and policymakers are adjusting to them
using state-of-the-art information and technologies. It provides a global view, helping
organisations to build a competitive advantage in a changing market place.
This programme contributes to improve organisation performance of participants as it evaluates
opportunities in a global context, identifies best routes to growth, anticipates changes in industry
structure that affect business practices, maximises potential and reduces risk as a manager leads
expansion into new countries and new business lines, creates strong alliances that will drive profits,
highlights the latest business models and best practices.

CURRICULUM
Participants will arrive on Sunday evening and transfer to the hotel that will serve as meeting point.
The programme will start on Monday morning and finish on Friday midday the week following.

MODULE 1: Biocontrol and Greenhouse cropping
– Netherlands
2.5 days (Monday /Tuesday/Wednesday morning) in the
leading country on Greenhouse technology and pioneer
in Biological plant protection. On the Wednesday
afternoon, travel to Italy

MODULE 5: Business case and
conclusions – Spain

NETHERLANDS

1.5 days (Thursday/Friday morning)

ITALY

MODULE 2: Biostimulants
and specialty plant nutrition
– Italy

2.5 days (Thursday/Friday/
Monday morning). Monday
afternoon, travel to Spain

SPAIN

MODULE 4: Precision Agriculture
– Spain

1 day (Wednesday)

MODULE 3: Irrigation/Fertigation
– Spain
1 day (Tuesday/Wednesday)

LEARNING METHOD
Beyond the content, we will deliver the programme with the practice of a variety of
learning methods that have proven their effectiveness in business organizations. For
example, the case studies will be used to create a multidimensional learning experience, allowing the
participants to identify relevant issues, practice what they are learning, brainstorm raw ideas within a
team and propose sustainable business solutions that they will then advocate.
The programme is delivered in training room and field/facility visits by industry experts,
executives, academics and consultants. Participants also benefit fully from peer learning. Indeed,
the group will comprise of 15-20 executives who span industries and countries. As they share
perspectives with the other group members, they will form strong bonds, conduct dynamic exchanges,
and will emerge from the programme with a network of business leaders with whom they can share
advice and insights over the course of their career.

AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR BUSINESS LEADERS
The price is 17,000€ per person (+VAT where applicable).
Includes accommodation and breakfast for 10 nights, lunches and dinners as per the programme
schedule, flights from Amsterdam to Italy and to Spain, ground transportation during the programme.
It does not include in and out flights to the programme.

FREQUENCY
In 2017, the programme will run once from June 19th to June 30th.
Starting in 2018, the programme will run twice a year, in June and Sept/October.

CONTACT THE ORGANISERS
mail@newaginternational.info
www.newaginternational.com

ACADEMY

www.newaginternational.com

Plant Nutrition - Biostimulants
Biological Plant Protection - Irrigation/Fertigation
Greenhouse Cropping - Precision Agriculture


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