Sunday Times Business columnist Luke Johnson, the man behind the meteoric growth of Pizza Express in the 1990s, former Chairman of Channel 4 Television and current Chairman of private equity firm Risk Capital Partners, was the guest speaker at the latest in EMC’s hugely popular Entrepreneurs’ Question Time evenings.
An audience of over 60 local businessmen and women were at the Pub du Vin in Brighton to meet and hear from Luke, one of Britain’s most prolific and successful entrepreneurs.
“The evening was a tremendous success. Luke is not only a top businessman, he is also a brilliant speaker and his obvious passion and support for entrepreneurship was clearly evident in his talk. We are most grateful to him for taking time out from his busy schedule to share some of his thoughts and experiences with our audience of mainly local business owners,” said EMC Director Mike Pay.
This was the seventh annual Entrepreneurs’ Question Time event organized by EMC, this time in conjunction with private banking and wealth management firm Arbuthnot Latham. In each case, speakers have been people with enviable records of entrepreneurial achievement and business success.Back to all news