Annual Dinner 2018
Exclusive business networking and insight
The CBI is the UK's premier business organisation, providing a voice for firms at a regional, national and international level to policymakers.
Our purpose - helping business create a more prosperous society.
17 April 2018
Labour market statistics for December 2017 to February 2018 show employment increased by 55,000 and unemployment decreased by 16,000.
11 April 2018
New CBI report seeks to inform Brexit negotiations by outlining where British businesses want to stay close to EU rules and where they want divergence
4 April 2018
We've commented ahead of the Government’s first gender pay gap reporting deadline for businesses.
3 April 2018
CBI Director-General writes in the Daily Telegraph about the gender pay gap reporting deadline for businesses.
We organise a range of engaging and insightful events throughout the year, from regional seminars to national conferences. Find out about the upcoming events in your area.
01 May 2018 London
Sharing insight and good practices to help businesses learn from each other
22 May 2018 London
Join us at the CBI’s flagship Annual Dinner, taking place on 22 May 2018 at an exciting new venue - The Brewery, London.
13 June 2018 West Midlands
Our annual flagship event, will take place on 13 June at the ICC, Birmingham and we have some exciting changes planned.
We work to create the best environment for business and economic growth by providing a collective, progressive voice to government and policymakers on the key issues impacting businesses like yours. Together we can drive the conditions in which businesses, and everyone, can thrive.
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Our policy experts produce insight and analysis that cover a broad range of policy issues affecting companies of all sectors and sizes.
Report Brexit & EU negotiations
An A-Z of the EU rules that matter for the economy
Commissioned by the government in 2017, Professor Dieter Helm’s Cost of Energy Review considered how to keep electricity costs as low as possible. The CBI’s response, published in January, to the government’s subsequent call for evidence welcomed the review, and urged a sustained period of policy consistency to maintain business confidence.
Insight Brexit & EU negotiations
As part of its six-month long evidence gathering efforts, the CBI spoke with dozens of trade associations to get their views on the future of the rules that will govern the UK economy. The CBI would like to thank all those who contributed to its new report, Smooth operations, and has published a selection of the trade associations’ responses to our new report below:
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