Jungle Talks has developed the Pro Manager Mastercourse to facilitate the training of top talents in international horticulture in the Netherlands. The focus lies on horticultural managers between 25 and 40 years old who are working at future-proof companies of floricultural products and vegetables around the world. The candidates probably enter the board of directors of their company within 5 years from now and are characterized as the future ‘Captains of Industy’. During their stay in the Netherlands, these young managers visit renowned companies in the Dutch horticultural sector. Specific themes are being used to introduce various issues, trends and developments to these managers and they are being introduced at board of director’s level in leading companies in the Netherlands.
Jungle Talks is the connecting and facilitating link of the Pro Manager Mastercourse, the leading Dutch companies sponsor the participation of the talented young managers and their training in the Netherlands. In November 2018, the Pro Manager Mastercourse Floriculture took place, specifically aimed at talent in international floriculture. In February 2019 the next Pro Manager Mastercourse concentrated on the international vegetable sector. In June 2019, we organize our first Pro Manager Mastercourse focused on Medicinal Cannabis. Please find more information about the Pro Manager Mastercourses via the links published below.
Are you interested in participating in the Pro Manager Mastercourse (as sponsor or as participating manager)? Please contact us!
Mastercourse Floriculture 2019
Download the flyer including the draft program of the Pro Manager Mastercourse Floriculture, taking place in October-November 2019 (pdf)
Download the registration form and get selected!
Mastercourse Medicinal Cannabis 2019
Download the flyer including the program of the Pro Manager Mastercourse Vegetables, that took place in February 2019 (pdf)
Download the participants list and participant profiles of the Pro Manager Mastercourse Vegetables (pdf)
Mastercourse Floriculture 2018