A selection of short films showcasing the best of the CBI
Sir Mike Rake: Why the CBI is the voice of business
The CBI president - and BT Group chairman - explains the importance of the organisation at a time of challenge and opportunity for the UK business community
John Cridland: Middle of 2013 heralds "a fresh start for the British economy"
The CBI director-general, marks the first digital issue of the CBI's magazine "Business Voice" and looks forward to a more positive future for British business
Martha Lane Fox: Around 16 million UK adults cannot use the internet to a decent standard
The founder of Go ON UK says of the 16m adults who can't use the internet to a good standard, 4m of those are in the workplace
Sony Music boss: "I won't sign an artist who hasn't got a digital footprint"
Nick Gatfield on how the digital revolution has changed the music industry over the last two decades and why he won't sign a new artist who does not have a digital space
CEO of EE: "UK cities have the world's fastest network"
Speaking at the launch of the CBI's new report "Let's Get Digital", Olaf Swantee the CEO of Everything Everywhere said the UK's digitial infrastructure is in good shape, and progress on getting rural communities connected is on track
Marshall Goldsmith: "My job is to make good leaders better"
Marshall Goldsmith, one of the world's leading thinkers on business leadership, discussed executive coaching, leadership, employee satisfaction and management, at an event for CBI members