Agribusiness students attend Berytech workshops

​FAFS students from Ms. Rachel Bahn’s course New Trends in Agricultural and Food Systems (AGBU 236), joined more than 80 students from Saint-Joseph University (ESIA-M) and University of the Holy Spirit Kaslik (USEK) to attend the Agrytech accelerator program’s workshops, intended to guide students and professors regarding entrepreneurial opportunities in the agri-food sector.


Ramy Boujawdeh, deputy general manager of Berytech, highlighted the importance of business models as a strategic management tool that helps visualize elements of the business and validate an idea to effectively meet the market requirements by addressing weaknesses and maximizing strengths.​





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