Contents tagged with strategy

6 September 2021

At the end of his first week, new CEO Tim Rycroft shares his thoughts on the future

22 July 2021

AHDB will make £7.8m of reductions from its annual staff and overheads budget of £29m as part of plans to reduce operational costs and improve efficiency over the next two years, starting with key changes being made to the organisation’s leadership team.

15 July 2021

Christine Watts, AHDB Chief Communications and Market Development Officer, said: “We welcome publication of the National Food Strategy and a number of the recommendations highlighted, particularly improved food education in schools.

15 January 2021

An open discussion about the future direction of beef and lamb at AHDB. This 'town hall' event gave people the chance to have their say on our new five-year strategy and ask questions of Adam Quinney (Beef and Lamb Chairman) and Rebecca Miah (Strategy Director)

12 January 2021

Listen to an open discussion about the future direction of Potatoes at AHDB.

16 December 2020

In this blog, Nicholas Saphir, AHDB’s chairman comments on the Change programme and strategy

9 December 2020

We are seeking open, honest and robust dialogue with the industry on our new strategy, so the call for a ballot on the continuation of the potatoes levy is timely

18 December 2020

Information on what levy payers receive from MI, SI and CI teams

21 October 2020

After almost six years as CEO at the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), Jane King has decided that the next 12 months will be her last in the role.

19 March 2021

Following the government-led Request for Views, we recognise the importance for change. These are our commitments to levy payers.

2 September 2020

We’ve listened to you, our levy payers, and recognise the importance for change.

30 September 2019

Strategy Director for Horticulture, Steve Tones, discusses the 2017-2020 strategy

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