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ASAC Piggybacks Management Course with Annual Conference
Ohio Ag Connection - 10/25/2021

Agricultural consultants: Make your continuing education more efficient by attending the American Society of Agricultural Consultants (ASAC) Annual Conference, Nov. 7-10, at the Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Downtown, Nashville, Tenn., and then take ASAC 410 -- Agricultural Consulting Practice Management -- on Nov. 10. The course is open to all types of consultants, though examples offered will focus on agriculture. ASAC 410 participants will earn eight continuing education units, provided by ASAC.

The Agricultural Consulting Practice Management course features five main components: Managing the professional consulting service firm, Business plan development, Market analysis and marketing, Practice management tools and Post-course roundtable discussion. Course participants will gain insights on business planning, pricing, billing, determining your market, market penetration, selling your services, business analysis and business monitoring. To learn more about the course, go to: https://www.agconsultants.org/asac_educational_courses.php.

"Whether you are a start-up consultant or have been in business for years and want to improve the management of your consulting practice, this course is for you," says ASAC President Ethan Robertson. "ASAC's intense, one-day course will provide education to help consultants foster business growth, profitability and success."

The ASAC Annual Conference features Temple Grandin of Colorado State University, a world-renowned animal welfare and livestock handling expert. Plus, "Farm Babe" Michelle Miller, an internationally recognized speaker, writer and columnist, will serve as the keynote speaker. To view the complete list of exceptional speakers, go to https://bit.ly/ASAC2021.

In addition to the outstanding educational sessions, ASAC conference attendees may participate in the ag research tour, set for the afternoon of Nov. 9. The half-day tour focuses on the Ellington Ag Center - the Tennessee Department of Agriculture's home. Other tour stops include the Tennessee Agricultural Museum and two Nashville-area distilleries.

To register for the ASAC Annual Conference, visit https://bit.ly/ASACregistration2021.

ASAC is a non-profit organization whose members represent a diverse range of disciplines in the agriculture industry. ASAC's membership is comprised primarily of experienced consultants boasting a wide array of expertise. Their business models range from sole proprietorships to leadership roles in larger, multi-consultant organizations, which cover a wide geographical area. To learn more about how ASAC can help you grow your ag consulting business, go to: https://www.agconsultants.org/.


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