Stoller Group Strategic Committee Meeting in EEUU
From 9th to the 13th of July, 2018 the Stoller Company’s Strategic Committee met once again at its headquarters in Houston.
The Strategic Plan for the coming years is being prepared through a detailed process and considering all market variables. In 2019 the Stoller company will begin to implement a Strategic Plan that will make it the leading company in growth and benefits of the sector.
Stoller Group Strategic Committee Meeting in Peru
From 28th of May to 1st of June, the Strategic Committee of Stoller Group met in Lima (Peru).
Stoller Group is always growing and this dynamic growth needs to be done following a well-organized plan. Along 2018 the Strategic Committee will continue meeting for studying and designing the Strategic Business Plan for the whole Group which will be key for the great success expected within the next 3 to 5 years.
Stoller Group HHRR Meeting
Since 12th to 16th of March, HR managers participated in a training program that took place in Argentina belonging to different Stoller Group subsidiaries, including Stoller Argentina, Stoller Perú, Stoller Chile, Stoller Colombia and Stoller Europe.
The aim of this program has been to align criteria and establish common practices in the field of HR. A very complete week that will surely be a great boost in improving the management and development of people in Stoller.
25th Annual Stoller International Associates Conference
Since 14th to 17th of January was celebrated the 25th Annual Stoller International Associate Conference. For over 20 years, more than 150 progressive growers, retailers, researchers and agronomists have gathered in Houston, Texas to share data, findings and experiences. Today, this completely unique forum has grown to include a vast array of crops, methods and industry professionals from all over the world.
“The conference is a showcase of results from trials conducted around the world,” says Jerry Stoller, Chairman of the Stoller Group. “Our primary goal is for attendees to learn from each other and take that information home to customers or to their own farms. Its the kind of education resource successful growers need to maximize their bottom lines.”