IFAMA is dedicated to the mission of enabling the global agribusiness community to provide adequate and nutritious food to the world by creating connections between academics,students, agribusiness, and other organizations to solve the critical management issues that face the industry today and in the future. IFAMA strategy is focused on three pillars:
Identify, nurture and develop the next generation of professionals in agribusiness, and provide structured opportunities for industry to identify and recruit the most- talented candidates for careers in agribusiness management.
Bring together current and future business, academic, and government leaders along with other industry stakeholders to improve the strategic focus, transparency, sustainability, and responsiveness of the global food and agribusiness system.
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) was founded in 1993 by Harvard Business School professor Ray Goldberg in order to stimulate strategic thinking across the full spectrum of the agribusiness food chain.
Today, IFAMA is a vibrant association with members from over 50 countries.