Throughout 2016, the CLA led a programme of discussion culminating in our flagship rural business conference which was held in London on 6 December, with the theme of ‘Rural Business 2030: Unlocking Investment, Unlocking Potential’.
The conference brought businesses and policy makers together at Church House in Westminster to discuss practical ways in which together we can achieve the vision of a robust, productive and sustainable rural economy in 2030. Delegates met entrepreneurs and heard the outputs of new research into the businesses that are shaping the rural economy. You can view highlights from the day in the video below.
Click here or on the images below to see a gallery of images from the day.
The event saw the launch of the CLA's Rural Business 2030 report. The report is the result of a year-long programme gathering evidence and insight about the future of rural business. It includes large scale research of investment intentions by rural business owners and a series of seminars gathering experts together from across the rural business and other sectors, academics and policymakers.
Click here or on the icon below to read the CLA Rural Business 2030 report, published at the CLA's rural business conference.
To find out more about the outputs of the year-long Rural Business 2030 programme or to find out more about the event itself, click on the links below.
This event was supported by:
Find out more about the sessions which took place throughout the day.
Officials, influencers and business leaders confirmed who led the debate
The CLA unveils fresh, compelling research into rural business investments.
Read the outcomes of the CLA Rural Business 2030 seminar series supported by Strutt & Parker.
Hear first hand about investment decisions made by rural business owners.