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Agriculture is an uncertain industry and Covid 19 has only magnified how circumstances can change very quickly. Therefore it is more important than ever to ensure you have good relationships with professionals to give your business the best chance to overcome challenges you may face.
This webinar will give you a chance to hear Andrew Marchant a first generation farmer, monitor farmer and award winning New Entrant about the relationships he has developed building and running Clonhie with his wife Aileen. The best way to nurture these relationships and the benefits to having these strong relationships.
Mr John Laughton, Agriculture Relationship Director, HSBC will then give an insight into the value of these relationships from the professional point of view and what he sees as the best way to develop them and the benefits he sees from good relationships being built.
This webinar will be the fifth in a national programme, taking you step by step in the new entrant process, from industry entry options to establishing and managing relationships and support networks.