Listen again: Tide Charity Q&A with Karren Brady, Craig Beaumont and Oliver Prill
This live Q&A session took place on 17 November 2020. Participants asked our panel questions about challenges they’re facing as they start up and maintain their small businesses during the coronavirus crisis.
The event took place as part of the launch of Tide Charity. We’re asking everyone to support the charity’s campaign to raise a recovery fund for small businesses in the UK. When applications open, Tide Charity will give grants of £1,000 to small businesses in need.
If you’re able to donate, it’s quick and easy to do via Just Giving. You can also support Tide Charity by sharing a link to the charity’s website with your network.
The Q&A was chaired by Ruth Sunderland, Business Editor for the Daily Mail. Ruth was joined by:
- Karren Brady, CBE
CEO of West Ham United Football Club
Broadcaster, contributor and commentator on business and news programmes, and aide to Lord Sugar on the BBC’s The Apprentice
- Craig Beaumont
Chief of External Affairs, Federation of Small Businesses
- Oliver Prill
This Q&A recording is available for everyone. It’s most suitable for people who are running, have just started or are thinking about setting up their own business in the UK.
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Tide exists to help small businesses. One of the ways we support you and your business is by running FREE regular Masterclasses (currently as online webinars). We gather experts, often Tide members, to share insights and practical advice you can put into action straight away.
To find out about upcoming Masterclasses, take a look at our list of events. You can listen again to many Tide Masterclasses. Here are just a few:
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