Coronavirus: What is the future of your farming business?

Farmers Weekly in association with Baldwins Accountants have put together a specialised panel of experts to discuss the impact of coronavirus on the agricultural and rural sector.

In this session we are joined by Banking and Finance Partner, Rob Bewes and Associate Director Rachael Ball from Baldwins Accountants who share insights on tax, loans and cash flow forecasting.

Diversified farmer Martin Bazeley talks about his experience on grant funding and marketing tips for branching into a new market.

James Stephen, Rural Partner from Carter Jonas comes onboard to answer questions regarding rural lets and residential tenants and lastly we have Caroline Watson, Partner at Thrings who has a high level of expertise surrounding business Interruption cover and insurance.

Listen now as we take stock of how coronavirus has changed farming and which sectors, if any, stand to benefit from the rapidly changing financial situation.

This webinar is chaired by Farmers Weekly Deputy Business Editor, Andrew Meredith.

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