CBI @10am

Watch our CBI @10am webinars for insights on coronavirus, Brexit, diversity & inclusion and more.

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  • Economic
    In this session, recorded 22 June 2022, the CBI's Lead Economist, Alpesh Paleja, is joined by Peter Arnold (Chief Economist, EY) and Chan Kataria (Group Chief Executive, EMH Group Ltd) for an expert discussion on how the real-world impacts the cost-of-living and doing business. We also give an overview of the latest economic forecast and what this means for your business.
  • Levelling up
    In this session, recorded 15 June 2022, the CBI’s Head of Employment Policy, Jennifer Beckwith, was joined by Mark Allan (General Manager Business and Specialist, Bupa), and Diana Rounce (Chief Operation Officer and General Counsel, Qumodo) for an expert discussion on how businesses can develop a competitive employee value proposition in the current labour market.
  • Decarbonisation
    In this session, recorded 25 May 2022, the CBI’s Programme Director for Decarbonisation, Tom Thackray, was joined by Katherine Chapman (Ameresco) and Gabriel Wondrausch (SunGift Solar) for an expert discussion on how businesses can mitigate rising energy costs and how investment in renewables could help create energy resilience for the future.
  • Thriving regions
    In this session, recorded 18 May 2022, the CBI’s Chief Policy Director, Matthew Fell, is joined by Chris Sood-Nicholls (Managing Director, Regional Development Sustainability & ESG Finance, Commercial Banking), Hayley Holness (Head of New Business, Lendlease), and John Godfrey (Corporate Affairs Director, Legal & General) for an expert discussion on how businesses can accelerate regional investment and ‘levelling-up’.
  • Political
    In this session, recorded 11 May 2022, the CBI’s new Chief Campaigns Director, Syma Cullasy-Aldridge, is joined by Alice Lilly (Senior Researcher, Institute for Government), and Greg Rosen (Senior Counsel, SEC Newgate UK) for an expert discussion on what the local elections can tell us about the political state of play in the UK, and we recap on the notable announcements from the Queen’s Speech and what they mean for business.
  • Economic
    In this session, recorded 04 May 2022, the CBI’s Director for Thriving Regions and Nations, Ahmed Goga, joined Heidi Mottram OBE (Northumbrian Water) Carl Sizer (PwC) and Andy Williams (AstraZeneca) to talk through the importance of businesses in place-making and working with local ecosystems to improve outcomes for communities.
  • Economic
    In this session, recorded 27 April 2022, the CBI’s Deputy Chief Economist, Anna Leach, is joined by Mike Hardie from the Office for National Statistics to discuss Consumer Price Index and other metrics that tell us about current inflation, the key drivers of inflation and what this means for the cost of business, and what firms should expect in the economic landscape and how they can prepare.
  • Ukraine crisis
    In this session, recorded 20 April 2022, the CBI’s Chief Policy Director Matthew Fell, and representatives from Eversheds Sutherland and the Sanctuary Foundation talk about how businesses can support Ukrainian nationals – either through employment or humanitarian aid.
  • Digital Economy
    In this session, recorded 13 April 2022, the CBI’s Head of Digital Policy Susannah Odell, and representatives from the National Cyber Security Centre and Marsh, discuss the topic of cybersecurity and resilience, and share insights and tips firms can use to protect their staff and operations.
  • Economic
    In this session, recorded Wednesday 6 April 2022, the CBI’s Programme Director for Skills and Inclusion, Matthew Percival was joined by Robert Skae, HR Business Partner, Siemens Plc, Lindsay Winter, Senior Manager for Inclusion and Careers, Virgin Money and Ian Woodcroft, Public Affairs Manager, CITB. They took part in a wide-ranging discussion on the current skills gaps facing businesses and shared insights on how their companies have overcome these challenges.
  • Economic
    In this episode, recorded 30 March 2022, the CBI’s Director of Regions and Clusters, Ahmed Goga was joined by Stephanie Hyde, Chair of the newly established Thriving Regions & Nations board and Chief Executive Officer of JLL. They took part in a wide-ranging discussion on the government’s levelling-up agenda, the CBI’s plan for clusters, and how businesses can help power places.
  • Economic
    In this episode, recorded 24 March 2022, the CBI's Chief Economist, Rain Newton-Smith, is joined by Nicole Sykes, (Director of Policy and Communications, Pro Bono Economics) and Nigel Pocklington (Chief Executive, Good Energy) as we digest the chancellor's recent statement and look at what this means for your business.