March 31, 2015, Guelph Ont – The Agri-food Management Institute (AMI), a promoter of best agribusiness management practices for agri-food and agri-based producers and processors in Ontario, recently introduced Arnie Strub, as its new executive director.
Strub comes from extensive experience in business management, marketing and outreach, and the agricultural sector. He plans to focus on: “AMI’s mandate to disseminate best practices to the agri-food sector in Ontario in order to lead to innovation and job growth for producers and processors.”
“I look forward to developing valuable opportunities to collaborate, educate and communicate in a non-competitive environment for all stakeholders,” he added.
“The board of directors, with their unique skill sets and Arnie’s capacity, will create a strong team to lead AMI through a transition into more collaborative opportunities between the producer and processor sectors,” said Brenda Lammens, chair of AMI’s board of directors. “As AMI embarks on the 2015-2016 Work Plan, Arnie’s strong administrative aptitude, extensive experience, and enthusiastic vision will be critical ingredients in the formula for success in working closely with and bringing best practices to the Ontario agri-food sector.”
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