On March 15, Georgius Gotsis, Director of Veggies from Mexico participated in the second week of the International Negotiator organized annually by the International Business and Commerce Department of the School of Accounting and Administration (FCA) Culiacan.
During the conference, Mr. Gotsis shared with the students the importance that the agricultural sector represents for Sinaloa and how over the years it has faced challenges and how it has moved forward despite them. He also explained how it has evolved in different areas such as marketing, logistics, promotion, social responsibility, and, of course, the safety of fresh produce.
He also told them about all the job opportunities available to them in logistics and marketing in the agricultural sector, how they can participate, learn and get involved in the opening of agricultural markets from Mexico to other countries such as Japan, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Germany, the United States, and Canada.
During the talk, he also shared some statistical data on the horticultural products that are currently exported to the United States, such as tomatoes, avocados, and cucumbers.
Finally, he shared some of the work done at Veggies from Mexico, how through weekly audits and the work that is carried out in the community’s farms, the products that are grown and consumed are healthy, socially responsible, and of excellent quality.
The Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Commerce of the School of Accounting and Administration seeks to train professionals with quality academic preparation; trained to respond to current and future demands, and committed to the practice of business and trade in both local and international markets; with a solid ethical training that allows them to join in the processes of competitiveness, using technology and getting involved in the globalized environment and thereby promoting the socio-economic development of the State of Sinaloa.