Farming Succession Seminar 27th September 2012

27 September 2012 09:30 - 27 September 2012 00:00

Royal Agricultural College

Kenneth Russell Room  9:30 – 15:30. Stroud Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6JS.

Continuing our schedule of events on Succession we are holding a seminar for farmers, members of their family and their employees.

The event will focus on how to help the next generation succeed with their business ideas today and how to secure their plans for the future.

We have guest speakers who are the next generation, willing to pass on their experiences of how they successfully integrated their new ideas into the family business.

We have experts who will help you navigate the maze of: Tax, Wills, Gifting, Tenancy, Grants, Family Agreements, Power of Attorneys and Revitalisation.

The morning will start with presentations from our experts followed by a networking lunch & mini-exhibition. The afternoon will be dedicated to 1:1 sessions, offering more personal advice to delegates and their families.

This event is sponsored by:

BPE Solicitors LLP,

Funded through the Skills Programme which is part of the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE)

 

Attendance Fees:

Farmers and their guests: FREE

Non-Farmers: £50.00

Exhibitors: £100.00

RAC Students: FREE

RAC Alumni: FREE

Registration is essential to secure your place.

Phone: 01285 652531

Fax: 01285 889926

E-mail: skillsprogramme@rac.ac.uk



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