Mark Prisk has said he plans to revolutionise the support systems for entrepreneurs in the UK and has hinted at scrapping Business Link.
He has also been reported as saying George Osborne will protect entrepreneurs from the proposed increases in CGT.
Prisk, 47, previously ran his own chartered surveying firm for ten years. Promising to get “out of Whitehall”, he will be undertaking a week of “work experience” with a range of firms, starting with DIY Kyoto in Bethnal Green, which makes energy meters, before heading to small businesses in his own constituency of Hertford and Stortford.
But is this enough?
As entrepreneurs, what specific measures would you like Mark Prisk to introduce (or scrap)? What issues would you like to grill him on?
Send your questions to us by the end of play on Monday June 21 – and we will grill the man himself on your behalf.
Simply post them below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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