2009 Produce Executive Development Program
Sunday, March 8 (12am) - Friday, March 13, 2009 (1am US/Eastern)
The United Fresh Produce Executive Development Program – developed in partnership with the Cornell University Food Industry Management Program – is the premier forum for produce industry leaders to sharpen their executive business skills. This five-day, high-impact program is an intense “educational journey” for executives interested in achieving the competitive edge needed to survive and thrive in today’s produce business world.
At the Produce Executive Development Program, participants learn directly from expert educators and thought-provoking leaders on the campus of the Ivy League’s Cornell University. This course is a unique learning experience characterized by cutting-edge theory, industry best practices and discussion about real-world issues affecting the produce industry. At the Produce Executive Development Program, participants experience best-in-class education on the campus of the Ivy League's Cornell University - a unique learning experience characterized by cutting-edge theory, industry best practices and discussion about important, real-world issues affecting the produce industry.
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Tuition for this five-day Produce Executive Development Program includes all classroom sessions and materials, tours, lunches, several special dinners, completion certificate, group photo, and 5 nights lodging at The Statler Hotel.
Who Should Attend:
This program is designed for mid to senior-level produce executives, including Presidents, CEOs, Sr. Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors and others with management experience. More important than job title, however, are job responsibilities. If you are in a leadership position, under consideration for a leadership position, or involved in your company's strategic planning and execution, this course is for you.
These fees are available through 03/06/2009
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Cancellation and Other Policies:
Cancellations received before January 5, 2009 will be issued a full refund. Cancellations received between January 5 and February 5, 2009 will be issued an 80% refund. Due to the limited size and unique nature of this program, no refunds will be made for cancellations received after February 5, 2009. Tuition fees are non-transferable to future courses.
If an applicant finds it necessary to withdraw from the program, the sponsoring company may send a qualified replacement. Since the course features personalized assessment tools, attendee substitutions must be received no later than February 16, 2009.
General Hotel Information:
Upon registration, lodging reservations will be made for you at The Statler Hotel for the nights of March 8-12, 2009.
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