News from the IPC "International" category

New International Marketing Director to Boost Idaho® Potatoes' Global Growth

Aug 13, 2013
New International Marketing Director to Boost Idaho® Potatoes' Global Growth

As the $186 million-plus fresh potato export market continues to grow an average of 9 percent annually, the Idaho Potato Commission has stepped up its global marketing efforts with the addition of Traci Hiebert as the new IPC international marketing director.
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Idaho Potato Commission Adds New International Offices for Latin America, South Korea

May 14, 2012
Idaho Potato Commission Adds New International Offices for Latin America, South Korea

The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) continues to expand its global reach, with a new international office serving Latin America launched in March 2012 and plans for a South Korea office to open this fall. The new offices join the IPC’s existing roster of international offices for Mexico, Asia, and Southeast Asia, which have helped propel the premium Idaho® potato brand around the world.
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Worldwide Demand Grows for Idaho® Potatoes

Nov 21, 2011
Worldwide Demand Grows for Idaho® Potatoes

From Houston to Hong Kong and Honduras, the world-famous Idaho® potato is now available to millions of consumers around the globe, thanks to the Idaho Potato Commission's (IPC) international department. Since its inception in 2003, Idaho® potato exports have expanded from Canada to more than 15 countries including Brazil, Mexico and Malaysia, helping to drive demand for the world famous spud.
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Idaho Potato Commission Increases Staffing to Support Growing Demand for Idaho® Potatoes Around the Globe

Nov 30, 2010
Idaho Potato Commission Increases Staffing to Support Growing Demand for Idaho® Potatoes Around the Globe

Following six years of unprecedented growth of Idaho® potatoes into international markets, the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) has hired Amanda Albers as its first International Marketing Manager and in addition, has established new offices in Mexico, Hong Kong and Malaysia.

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