WPI Spotlight

  • August 24, 2017
    During his presidential campaign, candidate Donald Trump often characterized the 23-year-old North American Free... NAFTA Renegotiation Begins
  • June 20, 2017
    Farmers in India want the Swaminathan Report recommendations implemented, including the suggestion that Minimum... Loan Waivers and MSP Issues in India

WPI Consulting Services

Volatility in global agricultural production, trade and markets compels agri-food entities to be forward-thinking with planning and investment. WPI has collaborated with public and private industry stakeholders to identify and quantify investment opportunities, develop strategic plans and gain executive-level support for new ventures and initiatives.

Sample Projects

  • Development of Process to Limit the Rejection of U.S. Soybean and Soymeal Export Shipments to the EU Based on Trait Presence in Shipments
  • Analysis and Due Diligence for Investment in U.S. Grain Elevators
  • Provision of Training on Agricultural Biotechnology to African Government Officials
  • Business Assessment and Due Diligence Regarding the Purchase of a Renewable Energy Firm
  • Analysis, Outlook and Strategies for [a U.S. state's] Identity Preserved Soybean Industry
  • Operational Analysis of the Grain Inspection Services at Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin
  • Strategies for the Development of a Competitive U.S. Halal Food Industry Export Sector
  • Development of Business Plan Addressing Technical, Financial, Economic and Environmental Factors of Agricultural Sector Expansion for [private firm]

For more information regarding WPI's consulting services, please contact David Gregg at dgregg@agrilink.com.

WPI Spotlight

  • August 24, 2017
    During his presidential campaign, candidate Donald Trump often characterized the 23-year-old North American Free... NAFTA Renegotiation Begins
  • June 20, 2017
    Farmers in India want the Swaminathan Report recommendations implemented, including the suggestion that Minimum... Loan Waivers and MSP Issues in India