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Introducing Dan Ryan, STAMP participants participating in the upcoming IFAMA 2024 World Conference agribusiness

April 24, 2024
The Agrifood Management Programme for Strategic Thinking (STAMP) is an AGMARDT (The Agricultural and Marketing Research and Development Trust) funded project that expedites the growth of #skills and enhances sector knowledge among our aspiring #agrifood leaders, empowering them to effectively apply these capabilities. STAMP is organized by FoodHQ, with academic support from Massey University

Ten of our STAMP participants will be participating in the upcoming IFAMA 2024 World Conference agribusiness-specific Global Student Case Competition — the only one of its kind globally — providing students and their universities a world stage to showcase future #primarysector leaders.

This year our participants will be heading off to the beautiful Almería, in Southern Spain, (17-20 June).
As we head towards the event we will be show-casing some of our outstanding STAMP participants.
Introducing Dan Ryan and his remarkable journey within our cohort.

Growing up on a sheep, beef and dairy farm in Northern Southland I know well the hard work, attention to detail and adaptability required to produce world class #foodandfibre in #NewZealand.
Understanding this at ground level has led me to pursuing a career in the sector beyond the farm gate, where I am striving to create better outcomes for our nations primary producers at Silver Fern Farms Ltd.
The STAMP programme represents an awesome opportunity to collaborate with people across the #primarysector, to help resolve and realise the problems and #opportunities we share. I’m also relishing the chance to represent NZ at the IFAMA World Case Study Competition, to test and develop our problem-solving skills against the world’s best. Following that, the EU #agribusiness field trip will provide a platform to learn from some of the most innovative and efficient food producers in the world and bring that invaluable insight back to NZ.