Posted: Thu 29th Jan 2015
Which political party will offer the best package of policies to support Britain's growing army of small businesses over the next five years?
Find out on March 2 when Enterprise Nation hosts an exclusive Question Time-style Small Business Debate. The evening will see top ranking business representatives from the five major political parties outline their small business policies in front of an audience of entrepreneurs.
Hear Vince Cable (Liberal Democrat), Matthew Hancock (Conservative), Toby Perkins (Labour), Natalie Bennett (Green Party) and Margot Parker (UKIP) debate the specific issues that matter to Britain's smallest firms while tackling questions from an eclectic mix of small business owners and start-ups.
The Small Business Debate, presented by Emma Jones, MBE, will be the only event of its kind in the run up to the General Election - with a specific focus on party policies relating to small business.
Vince Cable - Secretary of State for Trade and Industry. Representing Liberal Democrats
Matthew Hancock - Minister of State for Business and Enterprise. Representing the Conservatives
Toby Perkins - Shadow Minister for Small Business. Representing Labour
Natalie Bennett - Leader, Green Party
Margot Parker - Business spokesperson, UK Independence Party
To apply simply complete your details below and submit a question you would like to pose on the night.
The High Street
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The event is open to Enterprise Nation members only - Apply for membership here.
Please submit your application below by 16 February and we will notify successful applicants by 20 February.
The event will be broadcast live.
The Small Business Debate
Monday March 2
6.30 to 9pm
The Great Hall, ICAEW
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