Friday, November 1st, 2013, at the RGIC headquarters in Bucharest, took place the intensive training for agribusiness and farm management. The novelty of this intensive course was the fact that participants, in total 14 farmers were father and son or daughter - thus trying to build a relay that will convey, further, within the family, the passion for agriculture. The training was help by Romanian and American lecturers: Dr. Thomas I. Wahl , Professor North Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics and Assistant Director for Global Initiatives and Economic Development in the Agricultural Experiment Station of North Dakota - " Agribusiness and marketing in American farms " Mr . DONAVON Johnson, Director of Global Resources North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO) - "U.S. EXIM Bank Funding Policies for Romanian farms "Mrs . Andreea Tudor Labor inspection - "Romanian legislation regarding the participation of Romanian students and graduates of secondary courses organized by American universities" Univ. Professor Ioan Oancea, Faculty of Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine Bucharest , member of ASAS and Dr. Stefan Mantea Dir. RGIC Territorial network - "Management of agricultural farm " Acad. Phd. Alexandru T. Bogdan, " Scientific bases of eco -economic and bio- economic of innovative food management for social progress in rural globalized area from the XXI century" . 

At the end of the training, which is part of the partnership NDSU – RGIC, in the presence of trainers, Mrs. Otilia Manta, President / CEO of the Romanian Group for Investment and Consulting (RGIC) and Mr. Gabriel Popescu, specialist within the Commercial Service U.S. Embassy, handed the students participation certificates. About the Romanian - American partnership in education, Mrs. Otilia Manta says: "This collaboration involves joint implementation of integrated programs of agriculture (agribusiness, agricultural and biological sciences and agro technology), developing training programs and scholarships for Romanian young farmers. It is basically another RGIC project that we are proud of and we trust! "