Farm Business Innovation Show 201715/06/2017
Farm Business Innovation Show 2017 is Booming!
Demand for the Farm Business Innovation Show, which returns to the NEC Birmingham on the 8th & 9th of November 2017, has been buzzing since it took Trade Show of the Year at the 2016 Exhibition News Awards. The event is specifically designed to help farmers, land and rural business owners find innovative and exciting ways to diversify their land and increase their profits. With diversity booming in the farming and rural business sector this event has never been more relevant. With six months still to go until doors open the show has added another hall after initially selling out unprecedentedly quickly!
Across these two days the NEC will be packed with over 9,000 visitors looking to find new and innovative ways to make the most of their land and property, with over 450 world-class exhibitors, 200 inspirational seminars, expert-led workshops and live debates on offer. From help with setting up a glamping site or organising your property as a festival venue to raising rare breeds and brewing cider, to the essential tax, VAT, funding, grants and planning advice or succession planning - the Farm Business Innovation Show has all the tools and knowledge you need to increase your revenue.
The speakers at this year’s event are unparalleled! The show will welcome Michael Eavis of Worthy Farm and Glastonbury Music Festival who will be speaking about the link between farm and festival and how they work together. You’ll also hear from the newly crowned “Champion of Champions” from the 2017 Rural Business Awards and top digital, rural and business experts from Amazon including Doug Gurr, UK Head of Amazon, speaking in the Keynote Theatre, and interactive talks in the Amazon Rural Academy Workshop.
The entire Farm Business Innovation Show team is thrilled to be partnered with Farm Stay UK and both teams look forward to welcoming you to the NEC, Birmingham on the 8th & 9th of November 2017 for the event. Free tickets to attend can be registered for via www.farmbusinessshow.co.uk