Top speakers at new Shropshire business event

Published February 12th, 2019

Shropshire chartered surveyor Charlotte Rogerson of Berrys will be a keynote speaker at a sell-out business conference being held in Shropshire.

Shropshire Business LIVE is a brand new event for the county and takes pace at Hencote vineyard in Shrewsbury on the morning of February 15.

From manufacturing to marketing, finance to farming, telecoms to technology the event will be offer a mix of comment, advice and networking with some of the county’s leading entrepreneurs.

The event is being is organised by Nick Jones Wealth Planning of Shrewsbury, in conjunction with Shropshire Business magazine.

Charlotte will be covering agriculture – highlighting the challenges and opportunities facing our rural economy.

“Agricuture is a vital part of the rural economy and I want to highlight how producing food is just one part of it,” said Charlotte.

“There are challenges ahead but Shropshire is well placed to meet them and there is a great opportunity to grow the rural economy in the years ahead,” she said.

Shropshire Business editor Carl Jones will compere the event, which will also include a question time-style panel debate.

Charlotte is based at the Shrewsbury office of Berrys, telephone  01743 290642 email

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More about Charlotte Rogerson

Chartered Surveyor
Tel: 01743 290642
Mobile: 07741 311587

Charlotte joined the Shrewsbury office in September 2014. From a farming background, Charlotte completed a BSc (Hons) degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management at Harper Adams University College and qualified as a Rural Chartered Surveyor after obtaining relevant experience at Buccleuch Estates, Queensberry.

 Charlotte specialises in freehold property agency and acquisition (residential development land and farmland), valuations (for secured lending, inheritance tax, capital gains tax and for private clients), estate and property management, landlord and tenant matters under Housing Act 1988, Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 and Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995, Basic Payment Scheme and compensation work.