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CBI Jun 16
Influencing the course of the river on major policy issues - we speak to as he steps down as CBI President after three years
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CBI Jun 15
How can employee engagement and business reputation drive and spur business growth? Our panel debate at with , and more will discuss. Discover more -
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CBI Jun 15
On 26th June, our Medium Sized Business conference returns for the 5th year! We're delighted that are supporting again, as strategic partner . Find out more :
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CBI East Midlands Jun 15
A packed room at conference, thank you to our corporate partners and
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CBI Jun 15
Great to see the Government’s announcement on Patient Capital Review funding.
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CBI Jun 14
Disappointing that starts have still fallen - 261,200 now to 362,400 for 2016/17 – 28% drop. is behind reforms & the Levy in principle, but reform now urgent to make it work. Apprenticeship starts cannot be allowed to continue to fall.
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CBI Jun 14
On reported immigration changes - if they are are as reported, businesses will welcome these reforms as a good first move. A successful immigration system should focus on people’s contribution to UK economy & society, not numbers. See full CBI reaction -
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CBI Leadership Jun 1
Our new Next Generation Leadership Programme has launched! Apply today and hone the skills and policy insight you need to anticipate and drive change in a way that works for your business, helping you make that next step up in your leadership journey.
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David Henig Jun 13
So this is probably very dull compared to debates in Parliament and the like but a UK industry group have requested urgent steps be taken on aviation safety as they're worried about progress in Brexit talks
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CBI Jun 13
Businesses back - especially the new high quality standards that being rolled out - but its design is still holding us back. So government must reform the levy now so it can boost opportunity and productivity right across the country
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Joshua Hardie Jun 13
A good customs solution and strong regulatory alignment. and show firms across the EU agree on what’s best for jobs and prosperity.
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CBI Jun 13
Read piece on important speeches delivered y'day by Sir Charlie Mayfield and , outlining why a pragmatic approach is needed on and why it's time for 'straight talking' from businesses on the impacts of various scenarios
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Sharing Economy UK Jun 12
. UK Country Director for talks to on how the UK is becoming an hub for the company as the grows
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LBN Jun 12
Carolyn Fairbairn spoke at the launch of Liverpool's International Business Festival and launched a passionate defence of global free trade
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Tony McDonough Jun 12
Carolyn Fairbairn spoke at the launch of Liverpool's International Business Festival and launched a passionate defence of global free trade
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TheBusinessFest Jun 12
We heard the voice of British business at Global Economics Day. director-general Carolyn Fairbairn demanded "world-class infrastructure" & closer ties between the governement's Industrial Strategy and its trading policies. READ MORE:
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Will McGarrigle Jun 12
The position on trade is clear: let’s get the basics right with a competitive UK economy and support businesses to be even more ambitious. Our upcoming report will outline the steps required to grow exports in more detail
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CBI Jun 12
Read in highlighting concerns on need for talks between & on post- arrangements to begin urgently & be separated from political negotiations + warn:
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CBI Jun 12
As EU negs continue, we urgently need a pragmatic approach to deliver a sensible deal with allowing us to focus on making Britain match fit to compete globally through Brexit & beyond. Read Sir Charlie Mayfield's full speech at Summit here:
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Joshua Hardie Jun 12
Great trading nations create things people want to buy. The most important thing the U.K. can do to grow exports and improve living standards is build a competitive, fair and innovative domestic economy. urge govt to focus on this as much as brexit.
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