EMC Food Sector Network - Event Summary: Building Business Competitiveness in the Food Sector

By Bren de Leeuw – July 30, 2013
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Building Competitiveness in the Food Sector conjures up a long list of required capabilities at an industry level. As the second largest sector in the Canadian Economy with 3,000 food and beverage processors dotting the Province of Ontario alone, the potential to be competitive on a local, regional or even global scale is limited only by our own internal business strategies, our willingness to embrace innovation, and a keen understanding of what our customer truly wants and is willing to pay for. Growth is definitely not without some element of risk but with good visioning and a solid business and strategic plan as the foundation, constructing a strong competitive position in the marketplace can certainly make an impact on "building" the potential for success...


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Bren de Leeuw

Director - EMC Food, Beverage, Bio and Ag Program CanadaExcellence In Manufacturing Consortium

Bren brings with her an appreciation for the benefits that networking through EMC can bring - particularly with respect to benchmarking beyond our own organizations and sectors, thinking creatively,…


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