Nomman Ahmed Joined Kynetec as Senior Director of Insights & Consulting
Oct. 12, 2017
As Senior Director of Insights & Consulting, Nomman will support Kynetec’s syndicated teams by providing deeper insights from Kynetec’s rich data sources to ensure even greater value to clients. His background and experience make him extremely well qualified to take on this important role. “The addition of Nomman to our Kynetec team will afford us the expertise and ability to proactively identify insights and tailor them for each client,” said Richard Jameson, member of Kynetec’s global leadership team.
Nomman comes to Kynetec from the Kleffmann Group, where he served as both member of the board and regional manager of the Asia Pacific region. As a board member he was responsible for amisAgriGlobe, Kleffmann’s consulting division for the crop protection and seed sectors. Prior to his time at Kleffmann, Nomman spent several years in academia, including the Centre for International Development & Environmental Research in Giessen, Germany.
He holds a PhD in Agricultural & Development Economics, a master’s degree in Transition Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Science & Environmental Management, all from the Justus Liebig University in Giessen. In addition, he has authored numerous publications and papers in his field of expertise and has delivered multiple lectures.
“Our best-in-class technologies and innovation have attracted some of the top talent in the industry,” said Kynetec CEO Stephen Hearn. “We’re confident that Nomman’s experience and skills will help us to continue to strengthen our client relationships. By investing in the latest innovations for data, analytics and insights our sole focus is to enable our clients to make the best possible tactical and strategic choices.”
Nomman said he is thrilled about the opportunity. “I am delighted to be joining the market leader in insights for Agriculture and Animal Health and look forward to continuing the company’s momentum in developing and bringing new solutions to the market,” he said.