A horticulture product manager provides customer service to clients and works with internal partners at a horticulture company. Specifically, the product manager provides clients with an excellent customer experience from the initial pre-sale conversation through the complete life-cycle of the products in their portfolios. The Product Manager must also understand the cultivation and post-harvest processing of their products so they can talk knowledgeably with clients.
The minimum education requirement is typically a Bachelor's degree. Marketing, sales, and communications skills are ideal for these positions.
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In August 2020, the median yearly salary for a product manager was $108,992, according to Glassdoor.com. For more information, visit Glassdoor.com's Product Manager page.
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Product managers across all types of industries need to have the same basic skills. Check out this video from product manager Bhavna Muthangi as she shares insight into how to be an effective product manager.