NAMA members are taking over Kansas City for the National Agri-Marketing Association’s 2016 annual meeting. More than 1,200 attendee including 800 professionals and 400 students are on hand to hear great keynote speakers and educational sessions and network, network, network.
In a kick-off interview with outgoing President Marvin Kokes, he noted, “There so much to be said about about folks getting together, networking and sharing, kind of war stories, things that have happened in the last six months. Talking about– over a cold beer– the trends in ag and the challenges that each of us face as professionals. While there are moments we would compete with each other, but fundamentally we all want to be successful together.”