Watch interviews with key figures related to the staging of the 2012 Games
Olympic legacy: How can businesses continue to benefit after the Games?
Sara Parker, the CBI's London director, tells digital magazine Insight Out that almost a third of the legacy benefits of London 2012 are going to come after the Games have finished - and that a £4bn boost to tourism by 2015 has been forecast
Olympic transport tips for business
Transport for London commissioner Peter Hendy gives advice to firms on how to keep things running smoothly during London 2012
London 2012 forum: Julie Fleck, Greater London Authority, on an accessible Games
GLA accessibility adviser on how the Games have been made the most accessible ever and the future benefits to London including how to ensure your business can deliver an accessible service
London 2012 forum: Ian Foddering, Cisco, on the technology legacy
Cisco’s chief technology officer on how the new digital infrastructure being put in place will benefit businesses and individuals in the future and growing the skills needed to support the technology
London 2012 forum: Gareth Wynn, EDF Energy, on the legacy of powering the Games
EDF’s 2012 programme director on achieving more sustainable levels of energy consumption, including building an electric vehicle recharging network in the capital, and how nuclear options contribute to this
Olympic Park videos
What did CBI members make of the venue when we took them on a site visit?
Are businesses ready?
Views on what your business needs to prepare for the Games and how to do so
Opportunities for business
Views about the opportunities arising from London hosting the Games