#JustOneQuestion – our Daily Q&A Challenge

If you were allowed just one question, what would you ask a business leader, sports personality or celebrity?

And, who would you ask?

We are Assenty, a Manchester-based startup proud to be based in the UK’s North West and we are running a Q&A a day, everyday, Monday to Friday, through the rest of March to show people how to use the real-time Q&A platform we’ve developed at assenty.com.

What’s that one question you would ask that business magnate or celebrity pop star?

Nominate the person, and your question, for free on Assenty and we’ll try and make a connection! We can’t promise anything but we’ll give it our best shot.

How it works

All questions posted on the Assenty platform are up for the public vote. Questions can also be rewarded so you may walk away with a Gold Question award for the Twitter mantlepiece. Because Assenty works in real-time, questions and votes trigger an immediate response which makes for an interactive experience.

We are kicking off the daily Q&A challenge with a search for nominations for business leaders in the North West. Do you know any leaders in business, be it real estate or retail, manufacturing or media?

What fascinates you about this man or woman? If you could only ask one question, what would it be?

Please submit your questions, and nominations on this question board. It takes less than a minute. You can nominate more than one person.

To nominate a business leader:

Example nomination:
Richard Branson, Virgin Group: what inspires you about space?

Please ensure any content you post falls within Assenty’s Acceptable Use Policy.

Do you get something for taking part? Yes, there is a prize.

The Prize

The names that win the most votes will each be rewarded with a question board dedicated to the winner’s own Q&A session.

Stay in the know

We’ll be blogging and tweeting our way through the Daily Q&A challenge. Follow @AskWithAssenty for Twitter updates. We will also be sharing updates on our Facebook page.

Want to run your own?

Fancy running a Q&A yourself? It’s easy to create your own question board. Details here.