Agri-EPI Centre appoints Rose Judeh-Elwell as director of business development

The appointment comes at a crucial time for Agri-EPI Centre as the company anticipates significant growth and development in its mission to stimulate and support agri-tech across the whole agri-food supply chain.

Rose is joining Agri-EPI Centre from Harper Adams University, where she was business manager for the University’s school of sustainable food and farming. In her new role she will be responsible for delivering new opportunities for growth and innovation, supporting the business development team to deliver real-world agri-innovation through collaborative R&D.

Dave Ross, Agri-EPI Centre CEO said: “I am very pleased to welcome Rose Judeh-Elwell as Agri-EPI Centre’s new business development director. She is stepping into a critical front-facing part of the organisation and will help to build on the successes we have gained so far.

“Rose will spearhead Agri-EPI Centre’s commercial development and our wide range of business support services, oversee funding bids and keep the company at the forefront of precision engineering technology.”

“She is heading up a very strong team and will bring fresh thinking on how to capitalise on the multiple opportunities we are encountering. Her background in commercial sales and business development, pro-active relationship management, and an excellent track record of consolidated sales growth will stand her in good stead at Agri-EPI Centre.”

Rose Judeh-Elwell, Agri-EPI Centre’s new business development director said: “I was driven to join Agri-EPI Centre as I could see enormous potential to translate research into impactful and commercially viable applications. The role that Agri-EPI Centre plays in that is hugely valuable, and the facilities and expertise it has to deliver on its aims are world-class. I’m really excited to take on the role.”