Posted by Vicky Hernandez, Partner
Webinar: Agribusiness and the rural economy
The unintended consequences of Covid-19: some of the positive effects it is having on agribusiness and the rural economy
There is no doubt that the last twelve months have been challenging for the agribusiness and rural economy. Improving business resilience, sustainability and seizing opportunities were recurring themes at the Agribusiness 2021 virtual conference.
Covid-19 has highlighted the critical importance of the sector to the UK economy.
Join Bidwells, James Cowper Kreston and Royds Withy King at the online event that will explore some of the positive effects Covid-19 is having on agribusinesses and the rural economy. We will outline the opportunities to diversify, drive income and identify the challenges you might face. We will take you through practical case studies to bring the challenges and opportunities to life, so you can confidently devise and implement strategies that will future-proof your business for generations to come.
12.00pm – Welcome and introduction: Ian Ashbridge, Partner, Agriculture & Environment, Bidwells
12.05pm – RDD and Planning: past, present and future: Coral Little, Rural Surveyor, Bidwells
12.20pm – Renovating property, undertaking development work and planning permission and considering the legal implications when refocusing in this way: Vicky Hernandez, Partner, Royds Withy King
12.35pm – General tax, tax planning and succession matters and an insight into cashflow and funding intended / anticipated changes to the business: Stephen Barratt, Partner and Jess Curley, Audit & Assurance Manager, James Cowper Kreston
12.50pm – Q&A
1.10pm – Closing comments
1.15pm – Finish
Date: Thursday 25 March 2021
Timings: 12pm – 1.15pm
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