Lahore: Upon the fruitful fruition of the first associate of the Executive Certificate Program in Agribusiness Management (ECAM), the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) marked an agreement today with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands accommodating sponsorship of members and visitor speakers for ECAM amid the following two scholastic years, i.e. 2015/16 and 2016/17.
Talking at the function held at LUMS, acting represetative Karel Hartogh expressed that "We're exceptionally cheerful to proceed with our cooperation with LUMS, which is genuinely a world-class college. This agribusiness project will help in building up Pakistan's corporate farming, a part in which there are such a large number of chances for commonly advantageous collaboration between our two nations."
ECAM is a year-long particular project offered at LUMS that is intended to furnish members with driving edge administrative ability and aptitudes considered crucial to work effectively in the high-stakes agribusiness environment where opportunities are growing quickly alongside the developing populace.