Elliot Taylor Joins Our Wolsingham Farm Team
We’re pleased to introduce our newest recruit, Senior Farm Business Consultant Elliot Taylor, who will predominately work out of our Wolsingham office.
Elliot is a welcome addition to our farm services team, bringing with him a wealth of rural knowledge and expertise, especially in the research field. He has spent nearly 18 years working as a senior member of Newcastle University’s Farm Business Survey team. During this time, he was responsible for producing a wide-ranging portfolio of internationally recognised rural research alongside delivering robust business analysis for farmers across the north.
“We’ve brought Elliot into the fold because his wide and developed skill set will enhance our rural services offering,” explains Simon Britton, Head of Farm. “Elliot’s excellent industry knowledge and his strong farming network will be an asset to us as he understands the current issues affecting farms and can determine the impact of future changes in policy while fully understanding the traditions of the industry given he grew up on a farm and graduated with a degree in Agricultural Business Management.”
The North of England has some of the best farms and farmers in the country and Elliot’s expertise will enable us to meet their needs better and help them to manage robust, progressive rural businesses. We offer clients a wide range of interconnected services with strong professional values at our core, and Elliot’s experience and skill set compliments this perfectly.
Elliot added: “I am very much looking forward to being part of the highly skilled George F. White team. I hope my business analysis expertise will make the team even stronger. I relish the challenge to develop opportunities for growth and will use my experience to identify ways we can go from strength to strength. The George F. White ethos played a big part in my decision to join the team – the professionalism of the people coupled with the friendly down-to-earth approach and a mutual desire to make a positive difference to colleagues, clients and the community is fantastic. It’s great to be on board!”
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