Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Nicholsons is inviting farmers and agricultural businesses to find out what the future has in store for them at a free seminar.
The event, Farming in the Future, is being hosted in conjunction with chartered surveyors Perkins George Mawer & Co and takes place in the Brocklesby Suite at Market Rasen Racecourse on Thursday, 27 February.
The main speaker will be Graham Redman, from The Andersons Centre, which carries out regular and detailed research into world and national food production trends. Graham will be sharing insights gained from this research.
Other speakers include Richard Grayson from Nicholsons, Nick Sharp from Perkins George Mawer & Co, and Richard Jones from independent renewable energy solutions provider Energy My Way, covering topics such as succession planning, tax reliefs, alternative energy sources and a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) update.
Richard Grayson, senior partner at Nicholsons, said: “With world demand for food production increasing at the same time as more and more land is being taken out of production for energy generation, we will be looking at the likely impact this will have on agriculture and how businesses may be able to adapt and prepare for these changes.
“We do hope that as many people as possible will be able to join us for what promises to be interesting and thought-provoking seminar.”
The event starts at 9am with refreshments and registration, followed by presentations from 9.30am to 12.30pm. A buffet lunch will be served after the question and answer session.
Places can be reserved by visiting www.nicholsonsca.co.uk/events and completing a simple online form.
For further information on Nicholsons, please visit www.nicholsonsca.co.uk.