Hamish Sandison, Chair of Labour Business
The voice of businesses that support Labour’s manifesto.
(Hamish Sandison is not a candidate in the General Election)
Hamish Sandison is a lawyer, business consultant and social entrepreneur. He chairs Labour Business, the Labour Party’s affiliated business group.
Previous Media Presence:
- - CNBC "Labour Business: Tories failing to tackle the productivity gap" - 06/06/2017
- - CNBC "Brexit is the 'biggest uncertainty' for businesses' says Labour Business Chair Hamish Sandison" - 06/06/2017
- - Huffington Post: Why Labour is The Natural Party of Business - 26/05/2017
Thank you notes from the media:
The Editor of “Wake up to money” wrote: “thank you for doing the interview full stop. It was really really good. I thought you talked about the subject in a really informative and enthusiastic manner in a way I wish all our guests would. It was a real pleasure to have you on and hope we can speak to you more in future.”
Labour Business Profile:
Labour Business is affiliated to, but independent of, the Labour Party. Its 100s of members, and 1000s of contacts, are critical friends of the Labour Party. They represent all sizes, and all sectors, of the business community across the UK.
It’s important that the media hear their perspective, and Hamish Sandison can speak for them.
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More on Labour Business:
Labour Business (formerly the Labour Finance & Industry Group or LFIG) is the oldest, largest, and only business group affiliated to the Labour Party. Founded by Harold Wilson in 1972, it acts as a bridge between the Labour Party and the business community. It runs a nationwide programme of business engagement events with businesses – small, medium, and large – across all sectors of the economy, and assists the Labour Party and its candidates to develop pro-business policies. A back list of its publications on business issues is available on its website.
The Chair of the Labour Business Parliamentary Group is Stephen Kinnock, the former MP and now Parliamentary Candidate for Aberavon, and its Parliamentary Ambassador is Bill Esterson, Shadow Minister for Enterprise and International Trade, the former MP and now parliamentary Candidate for Sefton Central.