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The CBI has set out five principles that should underpin the UK’s negotiations with the EU to ensure the most successful future for the UK economy.
“Disruptive innovation” is the buzz phrase of the moment, but what does this trend mean for business – and how can it be harnessed? Ahead of the CBI Annual Conference, Business Voice talked to some of the businesses involved in a panel discussion on the topic to find out
Britain’s biggest business group unveils first 2017 forecast
Over 130 senior business leaders attended the CBI’s Annual Economic Briefing today (4 June 2015) at the Hilton Hotel Belfast, which included insights from Rain Newton Smith, CBI Economist and Alan Bridle, UK Economist & Market Analyst for Bank of Ireland (sponsor).
CBI President Paul Drechsler delivered the opening speech of the CBI’s Annual Conference.
80 per cent of CBI members want to stay in the EU and with analysis from PwC, it’s easy to see why: leaving the EU would cause a serious shock to the UK economy, potentially costing £100bn and 950,000 jobs
A mix of tradition and innovation has helped the London brewery to flourish while others have called time.
More than 100 senior business leaders attended an exclusive CBI lunch briefing with the Finance Minister Arlene Foster this afternoon (18 August) to discuss how the public and private sectors can work together to address the key challenges facing Northern Ireland’s business community.
Ideas for building Britain’s prosperity from space science and robotics and connected cities were abuzz at this 2016’s CBI Annual Conference
The CBI today commented on the speech by the Labour leader, Ed Miliband, to the Labour Party conference in Manchester.