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The way people communicate is changing and messaging is leading the way.

Cropstream is an ag business messaging app that is more versatile and less expensive than social media, texting, email, postcards, local ads and radio.

Tim Aughenbaugh will walk you through how manufacturers, dealers and growers are connecting on Cropstream to share information, stay in touch, find solutions, answer questions and build relationships in a challenging business climate for everyone.

In this webinar you will discover:

  • Why you need a messaging strategy to grow your business
  • How to spend less and get your business in front of customers more often
  • Why producers prefer messaging over other types of communication
  • How to use messaging to increase customer engagement and grow sales
  • The secret to more powerful messages (hint: it involves people)
  • A risk-free way to get started with messaging

Date: June 20
Time: 2 pm CDT
Speaker: Tim Aughenbaugh, President of Cropstream

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If you are unable to attend the live digital demonstration event, register today and we’ll send you a link to view a video replay of the webinar 24-48 hours after it has ended.

This FREE event is brought to you by Farm Equipment magazine and the Cropstream.

Email Kim Schmidt at Farm Equipment with any questions about the webinar.

About the Presenter

Tim Aughenbaugh, President of Cropstream, has 28 years of experience in ag business and technology.  An ag engineer by training, Tim co-founded Critereon in 1999 with a core team that has developed practical solutions and services to help a wide variety of companies across the agriculture and food sectors. This experience highlighted a need for better communication between the businesses and producers that work together in agriculture. Critereon developed the Cropstream messaging system to meet this need and launched it in 2018. Tim still lives a few miles from his family's South Dakota farm, where it remains easy to see the everyday challenges of ag businesses and farming firsthand.