Whilst many elements of farming remain traditional, agriculture has also seen a variety of changes in recent years and with the impact of Brexit no doubt resulting in a changing future economy, how do you make farming profitable and create a business which can grow not just survive?
Join us for this free breakfast seminar at Falkirk Business Hub on Thursday 16 February 2017 to hear from farmers who have developed alternative income streams from their farm business and to speak to funding experts about what finance may be available to help you improve profitability.
Speaking at the event will be:
- Donald Campbell – The Royal Bank of Scotland Relationship Manager, Agriculture & Renewable Energy
- Alastair Reid – The Milk Barn, Falkirk
- Andrew Hornall– Fallenich Farm, Stirling
- Robert Arkley– Kingsfield Golf & Leisure, Linlithgow
The seminar will start at 8am with breakfast and networking and close at 9:30am. There will be a question and answer panel during which you will be able to gain further information from the speakers and Emma McMullen from Kelvin Valley & Falkirk LEADER, the European Union Community Initiative which aims to promote economic and community development covering rural areas within East Dunbartonshire, North Lanarkshire and Falkirk.
There is no charge to attend this breakfast event, but please register to attend by emailing your name and company to firstname.lastname@example.org by calling FBH reception on 01324 614000.
To download a PDF version of this invite click here: Business Breakfast Invite