Top 5 - yesterday
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Top 5 - last week
Top 5 - last month
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webinar, November 30
What the consumers' eyes behold: Looking at plants through their eyes
Dr. Bridget Behe will present key findings from recent studies and explain how you can use the results to improve the customers’ shopping process. Whether you are a grower, wholesaler, or retailer, you will enjoy this webinar and have several "take-home" messages to boost sales and improve customer satisfaction.
Bridget Behe is currently a Professor of Horticulture at Michigan State University. She teaches courses on marketing and management for horticulture majors. Dr. Behe has conducted over 100 consumer and market research projects on horticultural products, both edible and ornamental. She has written more than 500 publications in the trade press and peer-reviewed journals. She joined Michigan State’s faculty in August, 1997, after serving on the faculty at Auburn University (Alabama) for 8 years. Dr. Behe earned degrees from Penn State University (Ph.D. Horticulture, B.S. Horticulture, B.S. Agricultural Education) and The Ohio State University (M.S. Horticulture). She currently serves on the AmericanHort Retail Committee.
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