The Business Day

By Hull Daily Mail | Event Date: 9 Jun 2017

Venue: Bridlington Spa

Date: Friday, June 9

KARREN Brady, John Simpson and Alexander Armstrong will feature in a new annual business event for the Humber. 

Popular for her appearances on BBC TV show The Apprentice, Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge CBE is a leading voice, contributor and commentator on business affairs and news programmes, and one of the world's most sought-after speakers on subjects ranging from leadership to teamwork.

BBC world affairs editor John Simpson CBE is a journalist, broadcaster, columnist and accomplished author. He has reported from 140 countries and interviewed about 200 world leaders, including Mikhail Gorbachev, Vladimir Putin and Margaret Thatcher.

The influential pair have been announced as keynote speakers at The Business Day, a new business networking event to be staged at Bridlington Spa in June.

It will be hosted by Alexander Armstrong, comedian, actor, quiz show host, singer, adventurer and presenter, who will also chair a debate element covering local, national and international current affairs.

The Business Day will take place on Friday, June 9, the main sponsors being East Riding Council, Hull City Council, the University of Hull, KCOM, Welcome to Yorkshire, Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and the Sewell Group.

A number of associate sponsors are also involved in the venture.

Contact Mandy Masters by calling 07545 110146 or by emailing TheBusinessDay@eastriding.gov.uk for further information.

Visit TheBusinessDay.com to book tickets via Bridlington Spa – these cost £125 per delegate or £100 when purchasing ten or more.

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