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University of Tasmania offers Masterclass in Horticultural Business
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This Masterclass is specifically designed for the upcoming leaders in the horticulture industry.
Participants will interact with people who understand your business and who face the same challenges.
Enrolments will be limited, which means students can build high quality networks that will continue after the Masterclass is completed.
During the program you will develop a strategic plan for your own company. By doing this, you will not only gain the latest academic insights, but you will immediately translate these into practical actions that can be applied to your business.
The Masterclass in Horticultural Business is the first of its kind in Australia for the horticulture industry.
The Masterclass has been developed in partnership with international leaders in Horticulture – Horticulture Innovation Australia, Wageningen Academy and Lincoln University, to ensure it best meets industry needs.
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