Aldermore to take part in debate with Shadow Business Secretary

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On October 1st, Aldermore Bank is taking part in a Question-Time-style panel debate with Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna to raise awareness of Small Business Saturday.

At 12pm, Group Commercial Director Mark Stephens will be taking part in a Google Hangout alongside representatives from Simply Business, O2, Ingenious Britain and Kim Thomas-Jones to raise awareness for the initiative, which takes place on December 7th 2013.
Mark Stephens will be discussing the reasons why Aldermore Bank is supporting Small Business Saturday, as well as explaining why SMEs are crucial to the economic recovery. The Hangout will be broadcast live on YouTube.

You can take part in the Google Hangout by posing your questions to any of the panellists on Twitter by using the hashtag #SmallBizSatUK.

Aldermore Bank is delighted to put its support behind Small Business Saturday; an initiative designed to raise awareness of the millions of SMEs in the United Kingdom. You can read more about our involvement in Small Business Saturday here.

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