Vivid Resourcing founder makes his vote count
The event was hosted by The Times at The Legatum Institute, Mayfair and attendees included a select group of eight leading UK entrepreneurs.
The debate was chaired by Luke Johnson, founder of Pizza Express, Giraffe and Patisserie Valerie, and The Times’ enterprise editor, James Hurley.
Topics discussed included the potential & lsquo;Brexit’ from Europe, zero hours contracts and taxation and a summary of the discussion will be published as the newspaper’s key pre-election SME feature.
Walker, a long time Labour supporter, has recently led Vivid Resourcing to post turnover of over £30m in 2015, after only seven years in business.