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    • Wednesday

      Keynote Speaker: Adam Lyczakowski

      Adam Lyczakowski - F.Domes

      Starting new glamping venture: is getting 100% ROI in one season possible?

      11.45 - 12.15

      Inspired by customers stories, Adam Lyczakowski, Managing Partner of F.Domes, gives his insights into the process of creating new glamping destinations. He focuses on the business side of things, getting quick return on investment and creating sustainable and profitable operations. F.Domes is a leading supplier of glamping domes with successful projects in over 40+ countries. Their pods come with a wide range of accessories incl. complete insulation, wood-burning stove, bathroom & kitchen modules and more.

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      Keynote Speaker: Jeremy Stanton

      Jeremy Stanton - Birketts

      Promotion Agreements: Endeavours and Objectives - Why are They Important?

      12.30 - 13.00

      Considering the purpose of drafting specific objectives into a promotion agreement, how they link with the “endeavours” obligations placed on a promoter to achieve those objectives, and why that is important to the landowner.

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      Keynote Speaker: James England

      James England - BlueSky Experiences

      Create a Successful Diversification with Corporate and Leisure Events

      13.15 - 13.45

      This seminar will give advice on why and how to start a farm diversification from scratch. Based on the knowledge gathered by James who started his business life as a farmer and has created a business delivering over 1000 corporate and leisure events across the UK

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      Keynote Speaker: James Brown

      James Brown - Brown&Co

      Creating Farm Business Efficiency Through Innovation

      14.00 - 14.30

      The agricultural industry is no stranger to change, however the proposed Agricultural Bill infers that farm businesses will need to adapt in order to compete in the global market place. We will be presenting on a range of development opportunities which have either been successfully implemented in the UK or could be introduced using technology from across the globe.

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      Keynote Speaker: James Fulton

      James Fulton - Amet Property Ltd

      How to Develop a Farmyard

      14.45 - 15.15

      With planning rules seemingly in favour of the diversification of rurally based businesses including permitted development rights to convert agricultural buildings to either a residential or commercial use, there has seemingly never been a better time to look at the alternative use of assets, but where to start???

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      Keynote Speaker: Wayne Clark

      Wayne Clark - The Septic Tank Store

      Team Septic: The Solution to Your Pollution

      15.30 - 16.00

      Wayne will be explaining the differences between Septic Tanks, Cess Pits, Sewage Treatment Systems and Pump Stations, and why these systems are eco-friendly. He will also touch on the 2020 regulations which affect all those with a septic tank that discharges directly into a ditch or watercourse. Our knowledgeable team will welcome your questions and look forward to assisting you with any queries you may have.

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      Keynote Speaker: Abigail Bryant

      Abigail Bryant - Wessex Archaeology

      Knowledge is Power: What matters and why about the heritage you own

      16.15 - 16.45

      The historic environment defines the world we live in; it is both valued and valuable. Rural landscapes are an intrinsic part of this, with farming and estate management fundamental to their creation. But times change, as you diversify and innovate in your own rural business, could heritage offer that ‘something different’ that visitors are seeking? Join me as I explain how to unlock the value of the heritage you own.

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