Syngenta Has a Culture of Collaboration
As the new year begins, these life lessons resonate strongly. Even though technical and regulatory complexities are making the delivery of new products increasingly difficult, the collaborative culture of Syngenta is yielding a continual stream of innovations. A we’ll-figure-it-out-together mentality permeates throughout our teams—from our scientists around the world to our sales representatives down the road.
“A we’ll-figure-it-out-together mentality permeates throughout our teams—from our scientists around the world to our sales representatives down the road.”
This website introduces you to some of these people and the solutions they are championing. In one recent article, you’ll meet the experts at the new Syngenta Seedcare Institute™, a state-of-the-art research and training facility in Stanton, Minnesota. In another, you’ll go on the road with our Harvest Chasers, who have discovered 2016’s top-performing hybrids and varieties. You’ll also meet growers from across the Corn Belt who are proactively managing weed resistance with some of our newest herbicide technologies.
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Solving problems together is what we in agriculture do best. Whether you’re a grower or a reseller, you can count on Syngenta to be by your side throughout 2017 and beyond. After all, this industry that we share is the foundation of who Syngenta is today and who we’ll continue to be tomorrow.
About Jeff Rowe
Jeff Rowe joined Syngenta in 2016 as president of the company’s global seeds business and North America region, bringing with him more than 20 years of industry experience. Based in Minnetonka, Minnesota, he is responsible for the seeds strategy and execution, and leads the North American business across seeds and crop protection. Rowe holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from Iowa State University, a doctorate in law from Drake Law School, and a Global Executive MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business and the London School of Economics. Married with four children, Rowe grew up on an Illinois row-crop and livestock farm.