Thousands of farmers looking to maximise the potential of their land will flock to Birmingham’s NEC on 7-8 November.
The Farm Business Innovation Show is Britain’s biggest event dedicated to providing farmers, landowners, estate owners and rural entrepreneurs with the inspiration, advice and resources they need to grow, diversify or evolve their rural business.
Now in its sixth year, the event will see 500 exhibitors fill the hall, 200 seminars covering a multitude of topics, and expert-led panel debates – combining to create an unmissable event, with hundreds of ideas for farmers to introduce new income streams through their land and rural business.
The NFU (stand 4100) will once again be a key partner of the event, delivering expert knowledge and advice within the live debates and seminar halls.
Headline speakers at the event include Priya Sheth, the NFU’s Employment Law Consultant, who will be discussing key employment law topics in the Keynote Theatre on 8 November at 1.15pm and the NFU Energy Service’s Jon Swain who will be voicing his expertise during the Renewable Energy Live debate on 7 November at 12pm.
Alongside the NFU will be representatives from the likes of Tesco, Defra, Barclays, The CLA, and Buckingham Palace, as well as a variety of experienced farmers who have taken the leap into diversification themselves.
The venture into rural diversification requires so much more than just a good idea, and to thrive you need to have clear plans, goals and confidence in your choices. The event brings together all the tools, resources and advice you need to put your rural business on the map in one of the most vibrant, dynamic and competitive sectors in British business.