AGQ Labs visits Association for Corporate Growth
This month, AGQ Labs USA CEO Tenesor Pena visited the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) for a discussion about California´s $45 Billion agricultural industry. The discussion focused on future outlook, drought, labor shortages, land prices and upcoming regulatory changes in relation to new retailer and consumer demands, global markets and production.
Brent Taylor of Beyond Meat, David Martinez of Marz Farms Inc, and Kevin Gray of Perricone Juices all contributed to a lively discussion about new challenges for California Agriculture.
ACG was founded in 1954, ACG is the premier M&A deal-making community with a mission of driving middle-market growth. They do this in a multitude of ways: events, media, membership, certifications, strategic partnerships, etc. ACG’s global network operates through 59 regional chapters worldwide and comprises more than 100,000 middle-market professionals who invest, own and advise growing companies.
The ACG 101 Corridor chapter serves West Valley, Ventura County, and Santa Barbara and is comprised of CEOs, CFOs, and COOs in middle market and growing corporations. AGC has nearly 12,000 members throughout North America, Europe, and Mexico. ACG delivers on its mission to drive middle-market growth by bringing these professionals together and giving them the resources to navigate the industry landscape to their utmost success.