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SAVE THE DATE - NATIONAL FARM MANGEMENT CONFERENCE – 16th NOVEMBER 2021

Date Published: 10/06/2021

The National Farm Management Conference is one of the standout events of the years for the IAGRM.  Last year, of course, this was held on a virtual basis (with great success) but we are pleased to be able to announce that the 2021 conference will be held in London at the QE 11 Centre on November 16th 2021.

The theme of this year’s conference will be:

UK Agriculture – 2028: Transitioning to A Life Post Direct Payments

UK agriculture and farming are going through a period of fundamental change post Brexit, post COVID and with pressure to change from a combination of “policy push” and “commercial pull” factors.  If we are to do our jobs well, as professional managers of farm and rural businesses, we need to be as well informed as we possibly can be and hear from a wide range of leading industry experts and practitioners. 

This is one of the key objectives of our National Farm Management Conference. To this end, we have we believe, assembled a really good line up of speakers for the day and this will also involve some break out discussion groups and panel sessions too.

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We have also been fortunate to gain support from a range of sponsors. This not least will help keep the event affordable to both members and non – members of the IAGRM. We are very appreciative of this from the likes of Promar International, Farmplan, Hutchinsons, Yara, Craigmore Sustainables LLP, Roythornes, Figured, Openfield Agriculture Ltd., Agri Epi Centre, Barclays, Christopher Murray Recruitment, Kleffmann Digital, Old Mill & Terravost. We are also pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with Pinstone, a leading PR company operating in the UK agri and farm supply chain, to act as our communications partner.  This should see the National Farm Management Conference gain a considerably higher profile in the build up to, during and after the event itself.  This is to the benefit of the IAgrM, our sponsors, our speakers - and the IAgrM membership per se.

Bookings will open soon - with full details of costs of attendance.

This is to alert you as to this important event and so you can “save the date”. We look forward to seeing you there.  If you have any questions at this stage, please do not hesitate to contact Victoria Bywater (victoria@iagrm.com)

Best regards,

John Giles, Carl Atkin, Dave Roberts, Richard Price & Mark Yearsley.

National Farm Management Conference Organising Committee

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