ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
It’s conference time and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome delegates to Winnipeg, Man. for two-and-a-half days of networking, professional development and industry insight.
This year marks CAAR’s 24th conference and, along with crowd favourites like the Pro-Ag Investments Auction and CAAR’s Choice Awards Banquet, we are pleased to introduce some exciting new additions to the conference agenda, including Roundtable Discussions.
Complying with pesticide label directions is the law – but it isn’t always straightforward.
Diving headfirst into producing the February issue of The Communicator after a holiday break is the perfect project to kick off the new year. Maybe it's the chill in the air, but I feel energized and eager to get to work on the five issues of the magazine we publish each year.
Ag retailers play a critical role in Canadian agriculture production, and a retailer’s level of influence with farm managers will continue to evolve as technology becomes more integrated with farm operations.
Thinking strategically, acting tactically.
Behind every successful endeavour is a well-thought-out strategic plan. In order to make effective short-term gains, forward-thinking companies and organizations base everything they do on eventually reaching milestone goals. CAAR is no different.
New 4R Designation is specific to Western Canada.
What’s the key to running a successful agri-retail location? There’s no one right answer, but the attendees of today’s Retail Management Workshop gained some fresh insights to help unlock the potential of their operations.
Today marks the official start of the 2016 CAAR Conference. We are so thrilled to welcome attendees to Saskatoon, and are eager to share with you the information and insights that will help you unlock the potential of your agri-retail business.
The 2016 CAAR Conference starts Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Saskatoon, Sask. You can still benefit from the wisdom, information, resources and guidance the conference will bring to attendees, by taking advantage of walk-up registration at the conference.
CAAR's mandate is to represent and support the Canadian agri-retail sector. Where we choose to focus our efforts is informed by one important factor: the issues and initiatives that matter to our members.