How can you ‘Add Value’
ARC is hosting in partnership with Sam Steggles of The Goat Shed, a specialist event to help you identify how you can diversify your business so that you are not left thinking “why I didn’t think of that?” The event is organised for young entrepreneurs. It is being supported by Lloyds Bank. Sam Steggles of The Goat Shed will describe how the journey from start-up to awards for cheese and on through Covid-19 has been for him.
Come and join us for an informative supper, a chance to meet some specialists, ask questions and network with other young entrepreneurs. Go home with new ideas and start your own journey to success.
12th January 2022 from 4pm
The Goat Shed, Honingham, Norwich NR9 5DJ
Cost, £10 per person including supper
Booking from 15 November via Eventbrite
Attendees will be able to see how Sam Steggles developed Fielding’s which started with ten goats in a shed and now has an award-winning multi-faceted business comprising a specialist cheesemaking, a farm shop and kitchen, a goat’s milk skincare range, a holiday cottage operation together with a poultry farm.
4.00 pm: Registration with refreshments
4.30 pm: Welcome by Emma Powlett Chair of Anglia Rural Consultants
‘Making Things Happen’ – Clarke Willis MBE
‘Personal Responsibility and Family Dynamics’ – Michael Mack
‘Why First Impressions Count’- Judy Randon
5.15 pm: Light supper.
6.00pm: ‘Lessons Learnt’ – Sam Steggles of The Goat Shed
6.30 pm: Questions & discussion with all panel members. Chaired by Lloyds Bank.
After the panel session, there will be an opportunity for networking and shopping.