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Reader’s interview: Trends and breaks in education and the agricultural sector (Nicolas Brouté)

FROM OUR JUNIOR TEAM /

The passage to the other side of the mirror, from the world of before to the world of after, disrupts the order of the world at all levels, starting with the economic one. In order to help us all see more clearly in this reconfiguration, the LEAP team is turning to the first concerned, the experts of different activities. And what better way to do so than through a survey among our readers about how they see those changes on their professional scale. We therefore publish a series of monthly interviews with our readers to discuss the ruptures they notice in their field of activity.

Nicolas Brouté is Director of Alumni and Corporate Relations at the Ecole Supérieure de l’Agriculture d’Angers, a public school known for training future professionals in the agricultural sector, from Bac Pro to PhD, in all areas and fields of agriculture and agri-food. Nicolas’ role is to animate companies and alumni communities. He also manages the donations fund, the Agri-Campus, the school’s foundation, being also in charge of finding means to invest in innovations in the sector. He teaches wine marketing within the same school.

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