Question Time at Anglia Ruskin University
On the evening of the 20th October 2016 The FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) in partnership with Anglia Ruskin University and our sponsors will be hosting a Question Time evening at the Anglia Ruskin University campus in Chelmsford. The Question Time event will focus on business in our region and include a number of topics such as business rates, car parking, business development & growth, business support, pensions, national living wage, employment and export to name a few.
Would you like to be part of the audience at this Question Time event and have the opportunity to ask questions to our panel of experts? The evening will be hosted by local entrepreneur and the Essex Chairman for the FSB, David Bell. This Question Time evening is guaranteed to spark some exciting questions and no doubt some sensational debate. There will be plenty of opportunity to network with other guests throughout the evening whilst enjoying light refreshments before and after. Tickets cost £7.50 per person which includes refreshments and access to the main Question Time event.
Meet The Question Time Panel
Roger Hirst - Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex
Suzanne Jude - Head of Transformation & Affordability at Raytheon UK & Chair for ESB (Employment Skills Board)
Marcia Baldry - Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Manager at Anglia Ruskin University
Jacob Hill - Ex-offender, Entrepreneur & Founder of Offploy
Bernard Jenkins MP - MP of Harwich and North Essex
John Spence CBE - Cabinet Member for Finance, Housing and Planning
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The views and opinions of invited speakers at FSB events are not those of the organisation. The FSB does not certify the accuracy of information provided by speakers and being invited to present at FSB events does not constitute or imply endorsement or recommendation by the FSB of the speaker’s business.
FSB Essex covers Essex, Thurrock and Southend as well as the London Boroughs of Havering and Redbridge. With over 3500 members in the region it exists to promote and protect the interests of the self employed and small businesses and is the leading business organisation in the County.
More information is available at www.fsb.org.uk/essex