The fifth in our series of Meet the Exert is a conversation with Rural Business Network member, Hayley Parker, Managing Director of Flame Marketing based in Newton Abbot, Devon.
Hello, how are you doing? This is the Rural Business Network update published on 8th March 2021. The last 2 week’s have flown by! We’ve been busy on the farm and now only have a couple of heifers left to calve. We also started lambing last week, I really do love this time of year! (more…)
The fourth in our series of Meet the Exert is a conversation with Rural Business Network member, Andrew Wattsford, Principal Broker at Wattsford Commercial Finance based in Northallerton, North Yorkshire.
There is so much going on right now that I thought it best to do a 2 weekly update rather than a monthly one. So this is the Rural Business Network update recorded on 22nd February 2021. We’ve been busy on the farm, we are half way through calving and on the brink of lambing. (more…)
The third in our series of Meet the Exert is a conversation with Denise Read, owner of Keystone People & Business Support based in Leyburn, North Yorkshire.
The #RuralBusinessNetwork January 2021 monthly update. Transcript: Hello, I’m Jo Martin and this is the Rural Business Network Monthly Update: January 2021 and also the picking of the winners of the Crowdfunder Project Prize Draw! Since my last update in December, we’ve welcomed 5 new members: Lynda from West Sussex Amada from North Yorkshire Arthur (more…)
Out second Meet the Expert is a conversation with Andy Venables, Managing Director of rural marketing agency Hillsgreen based in Cheshire.
This is the first of a new series of monthly updates.
This first in a brand new series of Meet the Expert is a conversation with Richard Marshall who, since filming, has moved from Senior Associate to Partner at member Hay & Kilner Law Firm.
A BUSINESSWOMAN and farmer who launched a new rural network business during lockdown has been shortlisted for two awards and is now crowdfunding to help expansion plans. Jo Martin, who farms in Sedgefield with her husband Peter, realised there was a gap in the market for rural business support on a whole range of issues (more…)