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Ideas for building Britain’s prosperity from space science and robotics and connected cities were abuzz at this 2016’s CBI Annual Conference
Ian Gillies, Service Director at the Hydro Nation Water Innovation Service (HNWIS) sets out what the team is about and how the work they do can benefit business. Scotland's water resources are of vital importance to a number of the key sectors in the country including manufacturing, food and drink, energy and agriculture and Ian explains what HNWIS can do for them.
From investing in infrastructure and tackling droughts and floods to providing value for money, the water industry faces a range of challenges. But Heidi Mottram, CEO of Northumbrian Water, is confident that it's up to the task, writes Peter Curtis.
CBI International’s Ben Digby reflects on the opportunities for British firms after a recent visit to Houston and Atlanta with John Dickerman, Head of the CBI’s Washington Office.
Students from Northumbria University in Newcastle have demonstrated their problem-solving skills by developing a range of behavioural change initiatives to help Northumbrian Water tackle blocked sewers and flooding.
The CBI has been well represented at the party conferences so far with a full programme of fringe events, meetings with key politicians and a business reception attended by the chancellor.
The CBI today unveils the line-up for its flagship annual conference which includes the UK’s most influential political and business leaders
The event was aimed predominantly, at MSBs and was designed to provide speakers and practical workshops for businesses keen to explore and grow their exporting potential.
Last week saw the CBI’s first Global Growth Conference take place at the University of West of England, with over 100 delegates.
Full rundown of the day's speeches and debates at Grosvenor House on Monday, 10 November.