What Do We Look For in a Business Partner?
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We know from
experience that a successful affiliate needs to have business and marketing
skills; adequate manpower and financial resources and an appreciation for the
product and the educational philosophy that underpins the product.
are more likely to succeed when they focus on sales and are receptive to
adopting our recommendations.
have most commonly failed because they don’t have a strong enough focus on
selling; or because they attempt to make the courses into something which they
were never designed to be.
excellent business opportunities, in many ways akin to a “Franchise”. Like a franchise, we have developed a successful way
of operating. Business partners who do not stray too far from our mode of
operation have on the whole been very successful; but those who have tried to
do things very differently have frequently failed.
Do we share the same philosophy?
Read ACS Principal John Mason's submission to Inquiry into Agricultural Education and Training in Victoria:
I have been invited, in a letter dated 28th July 2011, by David Southwick MP, to make a submission to the above committee.
This letter raised many issues which I could comment on. Time constraints and other commitments limit the extent to which I might cover these issues, however, I would be happy to enter into further discussions if the committee is seriously considering addressing the underlying problems that are facing agricultural and horticultural education.
... Effectiveness of Current Programs
We hear a large amount of negativity about training package courses from industry leaders and students.
... Read the full article on the Victorian Parliament website by clicking here: