How we get the economy growing again will be the central question of British economics and politics for the next two years. We need to crack open the best ideas, talk about the solutions we can bring to the table and inspire each other to act. Because we simply can’t afford not to have a decade of growth.
It’s what this year’s CBI Annual Conference was all about. And with four very different keynotes, we’re moving the debate on.
Then the Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, took to the stage to explain why he will be putting innovation at the heart of his government's agenda.
On day two, Brian McBride used his first speech as CBI President to urge firms to step up and adapt, not hunker down and wait to compete.
While the Leader of the Opposition, Sir Keir Starmer, made a commitment to partner with business, as an economic imperative.
Catch up on them all below: