Aaron & Partners CEO Chairs Business Question Time at Glyndwr University
20th November, 2012
Andy Duxbury, Aaron & Partners CEO, was invited to chair the first Business Question Time at Glyndwr University which was held as part of the launch of the Business School’s new MBA programme.
Andy chaired a panel of 6 local business owners made up of Melanie Langton-Davies (director of Gardners Accountants), Amanda Byrne and Sid Madge (both directors of Mad Hen Creative), Andrea Knox (director of Knox Insolvency) and John Bowden (Wealth Management Partner at True Potential).
The panel were asked questions from the audience on subjects ranging from bank lending to SME’s, Welsh Assembly grants, the postponement of the business rate re-evaluation exercise and the pro’s and con’s of having a virtual office.
It is likely that Glyndwr will host another Business Question Time as they look to further promote their MBA courses to the local business community. For more information on Glyndwr’s MBA courses visit their website at http://www.glyndwr.ac.uk
Left to right: Andrea Knox, Melanie Langton-Davies, John Bowden, Andy Duxbury, Sid Madge, Amanda Byrne.
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