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.
Farm Credit East’s Customer Appreciation Meetings provided an opportunity for CEO Lipinski to reflect on his tenure, a chance for members to hear from their Board of Directors and introduced attendees to incoming CEO Mike Reynolds. Read some of the highlights from this year’s meeting.
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.