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Succession Planning: Plan for the future now

Virtual
Succession Planning
10 Dec, 2020 | 12:00pm

Succession planning is something that all family farms need to consider at some stage, yet many delay the conversation as long as possible due to the associated discomfort and unease.

What have you done so far to get your family business prepared for the future? There’s no better time to start the conversation than now. As we head into the Christmas period, things on the farm start to slow down and you’re spending more quality time with the family

 We invite you to join us for our upcoming webinar featuring Carlyn Sherriff, Senior Agribusiness Consultant/People Management and Succession Team Leader at Pinion Advisory.

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Event speakers

Hannah Arnold from AgriWebb

Host: Hannah Arnold
AgriWebb

Hannah works with AgriWebb customers and industry partners at AgriWebb to help revolutionise agriculture through improved technology. Hannah was born and raised on her family farm in the UK, and now has a passion to deliver the digital future of agriculture to the world.

carlyn sherriff, Pinion Advisory

Guest speaker: Carlyn Sherriff
Pinion Advisory

Carlyn is team leader of people management and succession business area for Pinion Advisory. Carlyn provides key skills in people management systems, succession and developing workplace culture and efficiency.

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