NIFTEM collaborates with McGill for food management


National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM, Sonepat, Haryana) has collaborated with the McGill Centre for Convergence of Health and Economics (McGill University, Canada) for conducting a series of executive development programmes for innovation food management.


Beyond demand-supply fundamentals, agriculture and food markets are undergoing rapid changes with the onslaught of disruptive technologies and startups that challenge the status quo.


The main objective of these programmes is to prepare the food companies to stay ahead. It will be held on December 5 and 6 at NIFTEM.


The focus of the programme will be ’Lean startup methodology for medium and large organisations’ as well as ’Convergent innovation’. Techno-managers, food company executives, marketing professionals and food industry researchers will benefit most from this.

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