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Apr 12, 2024
Seed association summit to focus on leadership

The American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) Leadership Summit is scheduled for June 15 – 19 in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Summit is an annual event that is designed to provide a “crucial opportunity for mid- to senior-level seed company leadership” and facilitates networking and leadership development for current and future ASTA members and leaders, according to a news release.

2024 ASTA seed association conventionThe summit offers seed industry professionals the chance to connect and collaborate on important and timely issues affecting the seed business, while building their own career skills, to build a better future for themselves and their companies.

“From keeping current on the latest seed policy issues, to finding your next great hire, the Summit offers a set of learning objectives specifically for experienced seed professionals that have been built into the event’s design,” according to the release.

As the seed industry continues to face overwhelming challenges and rapid changes, ASTA chair Dave Armstrong urged ASTA members to invest in their team and their company’s future.

“Think of it as a company retreat,” Armstrong said in the release.

The summit is designed to host an environment where experienced seed executives can talk with their peers, as well as some of the newer generation of rising stars. The summit is the only leadership development event that’s focused specifically on the seed industry, according to the release.

“GROW” is the theme of ASTA’s 2024 Leadership Summit, offering you and your company colleagues the opportunity for unparalleled collaboration and leadership-building exercises with seed industry professionals across the country. Our mission is to GROW your company’s leadership development,” , according to the release.

Testimonials from past participants demonstrate how cultivating your leadership skills, as well as rising stars within your company, is one of the most important tasks a leader must fulfill.

Register here.


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