Posted: 24.09.21 at 09:36 by Helen Stott and Alexander Greensmith
A Macclesfield company is delighted to invite the Macclesfield business community to another of their question and answer evenings.
The next Harts Question Time session will be held early next month.
This time it will take place face-to-face, with a fantastic panel of speakers and complimentary drinks reception at Macclesfield Football Club on October 7 starting at 5pm.
There are four panellists of local big names for which Macc can ask questions to.
The first is Paul Griffiths, who is Chairman of The Monastery of St Francis & Gorton Trust.
He is also the Deputy Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Ex-Director of Asda and Co-op.
Second is Tommy Taylor, a Macc-born professional rugby player for Sale Sharks.
Tommy played for Macclesfield RUFC Between 2010-2011, scoring five points in 14 appearances.
He's also had one international appearance for England.
Third up and the only woman on the panel will be Kay Stevenson.
Director at Macclesfield Means Business, promoting businesses in Macclesfield.
She is also of the Alderley Edge Business Orbit Developments.
The fourth and final panellist will be Nick Bianchi.
Nick needs no introduction to the people of Macclesfield, as the Director of well-known furniture business Arighi Bianchi since July 2004.
Part of the fifth generation of a company founded in 1854, Nick is also Club Ambassador of Macclesfield Football Club, where this Harts hosted event will take place.
The agenda will allow networking at the drinks reception from 5pm.
At 6pm there will be Question Time – your questions answered by the star-studded panellists
And at 7pm the event will finish.
Book your complimentary place and submit your questions for our panel by October 6.
You can secure your slot by emailing Nina Harrison to the address [email protected]
Questions can also be emailed in advance to this address.
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1pm - 3pm. For more details, please contact Helen on 01625 422 602...