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Farming Business Benchmarked – Breakfast Seminar

AgricultureFarming Business Benchmarked – Breakfast Seminar
24 November 2015, Jordans Mill

Join us at our free agricultural seminar on Tuesday 24 November, running from 8-10am This seminar will focus primarily on how to benchmark your business and make the most of the specialist professionals available to you.

The event will take place at Jordans Mill, Bedfordshire.

8.00am Registration and breakfast
8.30am Working with your Bank – Lloyds Bank
9.00am Employing staff – how to get it right! – HR Service Centre
9.15am Profitability and structure: benchmarking from Farm Business Survey
9.45am Working with Jordans Mill
10.00am Tour of the gardens and mill

To register for this event, please contact Natasha Root on 01763 247 321 or via email at n.root@uhy-uk.com. Alternatively, you can contact Alexa Radcliffe-Hart on 01462 687 333.

Speaker information:

Paul Sullivan– in his 32nd year with Lloyds, the bulk of which has been spent working in the East of England. He has been a Senior Manager within the Commercial/SME sector of the Bank for 8 years, the last 18 months leading the Agriculture Team. This consists of 7 specialist managers, all Royal Agricultural University accredited, looking after 1500 farming clients across 6 counties.

Rachel Lawrence grew up on a mixed farm in Norfolk before studying Natural Sciences at Durham University. After graduating she worked on farms in Australia and New Zealand. In 2014 she started work at the University of Cambridge where she is currently a researcher for the Farm Business Survey.

Penny Perschky, Director of HR Service Centre, has over 16 years experience in specialist Learning and Development areas. Having held a number of management roles, she is an experienced coach and trainer with skills in leadership development, coaching and counselling, discipline and grievance handling and resolution. Recruitment and selection, performance management and succession planning are other areas of expertise.

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