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Thousands of farmers looking to maximise the money-making potential of their land will flock to Birmingham’s NEC on November 11 & 12.

The Farm Business Innovation Show is Europe’s biggest event dedicated to providing farmers, landowners, estate owners and rural entrepreneurs with the inspiration, advice and resources they need to diversify their rural business.

Now in its eighth year, the event will see 550 exhibitors fill the hall, 250 seminars covering a multitude of topics, and expert-led panel debates – combining to create an unmissable event, with thousands of ideas for farmers to introduce new income streams through their land and rural business.

The venture into rural diversification in the rural sector is a vital way to keep traditional methods of income viable in an unstable economic climate. By turning a portion of land towards an alternative stream of income, the traditional business is able to continue running with the support of additional revenue. This can be anything from turning one field towards renewable energy, to letting out buildings as offices or accommodation, to opening a glamping or camping site.

The aim of the Farm Business Innovation Show is to offer advice and resources for every step of the diversification process, all under one roof. Inspiration can be found around every corner of the venue, delivered through case studies from industry experts who have gone before, or discovered by wandering through the aisles and seeing the latest innovative technologies and products that are changing the landscape of rural business.

Your free ticket to the Farm Business Innovation Show will also give you full access to the related shows running alongside: Country House Business Innovation, Holiday Park & Resort Innovation, Family Attraction Expo, Leisure, Food & Bev Expo.

Running on the 11 & 12 November 2020 at the NEC Birmingham, tickets to attend the show are free, visitors just need to register via the website HERE

Join us at Stand FM1041