Through the i2partnership, faculty at the UGA Warnell School Center for Forest Business receive a multi-user license for Industry Intelligence market intelligence services and can utilize Industry Intelligence forest product content in communications to students and alumni. Industry Intelligence services help faculty, forestry students and alumni keep a pulse on timely and relevant industry news, data, analyst reports and opinions.
Industry Intelligence is a Platinum-level sponsor for the UGA Center for Forest Business’ 2013 Timberland Investment Conference at the Ritz Carlton on Amelia Island, Florida February 27–March 1, 2013. (To register for this conference, visit http://www.ugacfb.com/
Warnell also sponsored the Jan. 23 i2live webinar “Understanding Farmland as an Investment” with Marc Schober and Patrick Cheney. (To get the webinar transcript, visit www.i2live.net.)
“I’ve been to the University of Georgia Warnell School campus and met some of the people who share the passion for educating students going into the forest products industry,” said Rami Ghandour, CEO of Industry Intelligence, adding, “I take great pride in knowing that our market intelligence helps educate and prepare students for their careers in forest products and natural resources sustainability.”
UGA Warnell School alumni have gone on to work for companies that are also Industry Intelligence clients including: Timber Mart South, Rayonier, Forest Landowners Association and Conservation Forestry.
To learn more about the Industry Intelligence i2partnership initiative and inquire about a partnership for your association, please contact Dan Rivard at email@example.com.
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About Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at University of Georgia
Founded in 1906 as the Peabody School of Forestry, the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources is committed to providing teaching, research and outreach activities related to the conservation and management of our natural resources. With 60 faculty and 100 staff members, the Warner School has nearly 300 undergraduates and 170 graduate students.