Jan. 15-17, 2014

PMA Executive Leadership Symposium to be held in Orlando, Florida

Senior executives from all segments of the global produce and floral supply chain are invited to profit from the leadership-level strategic discussion of industry issues and challenges scheduled to take place during the 2014 Executive Leadership Symposium on Jan. 15-17 in Orlando, Fla., USA. This annual program, bought to you by Produce Marketing Association Foundation for Industry Talent (PMA Foundation) in partnership with Cornell University, represents one of many professional development resources available from the PMA Foundation, whose mission is to help produce companies invest in knowledge, expertise and experience necessary to grow business and stay competitive.

The symposium will focus on executive education to stimulate forward thinking, problem solving and identifying personal or business transformations necessary to lead in an era of innovation and change. To ensure attending executives gain actionable lessons relevant to produce, all discussions will be led by “industry-prepared” professional facilitators. All discussions will be framed by high-caliber speakers who are leading authorities in the areas of consumer and human behavior, emerging technologies and digital command.

In addition to influential speakers, the symposium offers opportunities to build relationships through small-group discussions, receptions and dinners. Executives can apply on or before Dec. 11 to save. A Loyalty Reward discount is also available to past participants who have attended the Executive Leadership Symposium at least once in the past three years. Dec. 27 marks the deadline for all applications.

Visit www.pmafoundation.com/leadership-symposium/ for complete details and to apply online. All proceeds from the Executive Leadership Symposium benefit the nonprofit PMA Foundation’s initiatives to attract, develop and retain talent.

For more information:
Meg Miller
Tel: +1 (302) 738-7100, ext. 3031
Email: mmiller@pma.com

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