EVENT: [Mar 7, 2019] CRM Agri Grain Marketing Course (Cambridge) (Cambridgeshire)

Location
UK
WHAT IS IT? A one day grain marketing course for anyone involved in the agri-commodity supply chain. The day will give participants the knowledge and skills to improve their marketing performance through risk management tools, developing a marketing plan and a thorough understanding of the causes and effects of volatility.

The course will arm you with the skills to trade like a trader, including strategic planning, developing a disciplined approach to marketing, understanding what matters in the markets so that you maximise your time reading relevant market information, also how options and futures can be used in your strategies and what the implications are.

For those attending the course and then following our strategies, the results are clear. Our strategies have beaten the wheat market average by £10/T over the past 4 years and by over £18/T for OSR. The course costs less than 1T of OSR (with bonuses) so the payback is almost instant!

BENEFITS:

>> Improved knowledge about all the grain marketing tools available in your tool box to keep up with grain marketing industry.
>> Increased ability to respond effectively to market volatility.
>> Improve your businesses bottom line without taking big risks.
>> Improved ability to implement flexible & straight forward grain marketing strategies and achieve specific goals.
>> Increased capacity to adopt and identify strategic opportunities and improve performance.
>> Develop a grain marketing plan suitable for current markets.

What do attendees say:

'A highly valuable day for our business. It provided us with confidence to make decisions and manage price volatility. A clear and simple explanation on a complex topic has no doubt helped to transform the way we market our grain. We have continued to work successfully with CRM Agri following the course and implement a strategy which all farming businesses should have.' – Pete Collins, Partner, MJ & SC Collins

FAQs

How much experience do I need?

Most attendees have bought or sold grain before but this is not a prerequisite, we often have attendees who have no experience and the course caters for all levels.

What can I bring into the event?

Just something to write with and your A-Game (there wont be an exam, but plenty of case studies and examples)

Who runs the course?

All our courses are run by senior consultants who have experience in trading, analysis, and are actively working with clients (farmers and end users) implementing and managing day to day trading strategies

What happens after the course?

Although we offer advisory services to help you put what you have learnt into practice, you will not be expected to sign up although many do. We encourage everyone to keep in touch and build on the valuable skills they have learnt on the course.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

For this course or if you want to hear about future dates, get in touch with Ben Bodart

bbodart@crm-group.co.uk / 07713773015

Book your place here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/crm-agri-grain-marketing-course-cambridge-tickets-53744185305?aff=ebapi
 

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