CBI's medium-sized business Summit returns for 2017 to explore the intelligence and capabilities needed to help growing businesses succeed in the current climate.
The MSB Summit, CBI's event dedicated to medium-sized businesses, returns to central London on 22 June and we would be delighted if you could join us.
Once again, the CBI will bring together expertise from across the business community, including Charles Rolls, Co-Founder, Fever Tree and Vitalise Business Woman of the Year Jacqui O' Donovan, MD, O'Donovan Waste Disposal.
We are also delighted to have ex - BBC Breakfast host and acclaimed journalist Declan Curry chairing the day which will include thought-provoking keynote addresses, lively panel discussions and practical break-out sessions focusing on key issues affecting growing firms, including:
- Preparing for Brexit – Understand the latest with negotiations and how best your organisation can prepare for what changes may lie ahead
- Internationalising your business – Discover the opportunities and threats in key international markets and what you need to know when approaching them
- Driving a culture of innovation through your business – Explore how to ensure your workforce embraces innovation and embeds it into their day-to-day work
- Alternative finance for business growth – Hear real-world examples from businesses, like yours, which have successfully utilised alternative forms of finance
The day will be rounded off by a networking drinks reception, the perfect opportunity to share ideas and connect with your peers.
Join over 300 other senior business leaders and decision makers to explore the intelligence and capabilities needed to help your business succeed in the current climate.
Highlights from last year's event.
Cost of event
All small to medium-sized businesses (turnover less than £500 million) are entitled to up to two complimentary places per company. If your company fits this criteria please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Non -medium sized businesses (turnover greater than £500 million) - £149 (+VAT) per person.