28 November 2017 - Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster
The CLA’s second Rural Business Conference, titled Redefining Farming, will bring together rural businesses, policy makers and industry influencers at the heart of London.
Held at the QEII Centre in Westminster, this event will examine themes such as the future of land use, new ways of working and building a Brexit-ready farming sector.
CLA Deputy President and Cambridgeshire farmer Tim Breitmeyer said: “Agriculture remains the main enterprise for the majority of land-based rural businesses and it is going through a period of dramatic change.
“This conference is the chance to hear from the people making decisions and to be inspired by some of the best UK farmers and rural business entrepreneurs in England and Wales.”
Members attending will get the chance to network and learn from their peers, see the latest business insight and innovation, and hear the latest updates on Government policy.
There will be a programme of CLA research and reports leading up to the conference.
Tickets now sold out
Tickets for the Rural Business 2017 Conference are now sold out. To add your name to the waiting list in case any further tickets do become available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org including your CLA membership number, contact details and the number of tickets requested.
To see what happened at last year's CLA Rural Business Conference, watch the short video below:
The Redefining Farming Innovation Day, held on 12 September, formed part of a series of events leading up to the CLA’s 2017 Rural Business Conference.
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