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Sustainable Agri-food Marketing

This course examines the principles and practices of sustainable marketing in the agri-food industry and marketing’s role in the creation and management of relationships with customers and other stakeholders.

Sustainable Agri-food Marketing

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After a course session ends, it will be archived.
Starts Sep 28
Estimated 8 weeks
10–15 hours per week
Self-paced
Progress at your own speed
Free
Optional upgrade available

About this course

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The learner will explore sustainable marketing and incorporate the motivations, drivers, and impacts of food innovation to create effective marketing strategies and plans that support the sustainability of the agri-food industry. They will take the long-term view that includes multiple scales local, national, and global, envisioning different possibilities for the future of food. Leveraging the best communication and media to eliminate the old while promoting the new products, programs, and systems matters immensely in getting the population to adopt a sustainable food futures model.

Learners will imagine, create, and promote the food futures they want for their organizations, their communities, and the world. Learners will also identify target audiences and needs, and develop authentic positioning, distribution, promotion and communications for sustainable agri-food systems.

At a glance

  • Institution: DoaneX
  • Subject: Business & Management
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Prerequisites:
    • Bachelor’s degree or
    • 5 years experience in a related field

What you'll learn

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  • Apply concepts of marketing to sustainable agriculture and food innovation
  • Identify creative market entry strategies
  • Utilize economic principles to formulate pricing strategies

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Who can take this course?

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