To market yourself to potential business partners, landowners and customers, you need to have a plan. Keith Dickinson discusses a communication tool to connect the values and goals of your business to potential investors.
Attracting talented staff, improving efficiency and keeping customers happy are a handful of things your business and Farm Credit East have in common. One more thing we have in common – technology’s importance in each of these areas.
Each winter, Farm Credit East hosts a webinar series on current topics relevant to Northeast farming, fishing and forestry. These webinars are not just for the cooperative’s members, but free to all attendees. Read a preview of a few of our upcoming webinars.
Max Glebocki's Farm Credit East career began a lot like the typical Farm Credit employee experience. A summer internship came first, followed by the association's Career Development Program, which led into a full-time position. But, as life continues, changes are inevitable, and he found his Farm Credit career headed for a short break. Max discusses his journey and the culture and relationships that led him back.