A healthy business starts with a sound financial base, sophisticated logistics and ingenious marketing. The same applies to the food sector. In the Business Administration & Food Business study programme, you will get a thorough grounding in the business side of things. From distribution, marketing, trade to sales. After the training you can start your own business or you will work as a business consultant. For example, graduate students work within financial advice or as a logistics manager at a beer manufacturer. You may become an entrepreneur or you will work at the head office of a large supermarket chain. The world’s your oyster!
Loans and customer relations, financing and budgets, taxes and insurance. With Business Administration & Food Business, all of these will be studied. It will enable you to deliver professional advice as a financial adviser, helping your customers to get ahead.
How do you ensure that, for instance, spinach reaches the consumer in a fresh, fast and neatly packaged state? This question is central to logistics. It is not just about purchasing and sales, but also about the storage of goods, and seamless transport. Your logistical knowledge will give you a multitude of options, for instance as a logistics manager or commercial manager.
How do you market a product? How will it be priced? And which communication tools will you be using? The Business Administration & Food Business study programme will not only teach you how to develop a marketing strategy, but also how to translate demand from the market into new products.