Increasing the health and wealth of communities and the local farmers who supply them requires physical infrastructure to collect and move food. But it also requires a significant level of coordination - people and organizations who make fruitful connections between the food and the consumer; who work to pilot new ideas; who make the political and business ground fertile for success.
We call this critical work "value chain coordination."
This webinar is the first in a series that illuminates, by inspirational example, the skills needed to find success in coordinating a value chain. Our panelists will more deeply explain value chain coordination, introduce valuable concrete metrics to demonstrate impact, and explain, with practical examples, how to begin value chain coordination in a new community.