Japanese TV crew hit the Humber for election debate
The line up from last years event.
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 12 May 2017
A CLEETHORPES election debate has caught the attention of Japan's main television network – thanks to Humberbusiness.com
The E-Factor event at Parkway Cinema takes place again ahead of the 2017 General Election, having made international headlines last time round with infamous renewable gaffe from Ukip's Victoria Ayling.
On the home front more than 100 tickets have already been snapped up for the Business Questions debate, which takes place on Monday evening.
Mark Webb, E-Factor managing director is in the chair, with North East Lincolnshire prospective parliamentary candidates Steve Beasant (Liberal Democrat, Grimsby); Loyd Emmerson (Green Party, Cleethorpes); Mike Hookem (Ukip, Grimsby); Melanie Onn (Labour, Grimsby) and Martin Vickers (Conservative - Cleethorpes) making up the panel.
Doors open at 5.30pm for a drinks and nibbles reception, with the candidates taking to the stage at around 6.15pm.
The event will be open to entrepreneurs and all local businesses and their employees, but spaces are limited.
To reserve a seat log on to www.businesshive.net/events or call 01472 242667.
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