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An Audience With Matthew Fell, CBI Chief Policy Director

An Audience With Matthew Fell, CBI Chief Policy Director An Audience With Matthew Fell, CBI Chief Policy Director

15 September 2022


12:00 - 15:00




From Free

An Audience with Matthew Fell, Chief Policy Director

Join us in the North West as we welcome Matthew Fell, the CBI’s Chief Policy Director at this exclusive event for CBI members.

Much has been said about levelling up and the need for regional growth, but now it is time to turn words into actions. Matthew Fell will discuss what the North West could expect from further devolution and the levelling up agenda, and how this can drive growth across the whole of the region.

We will also be joined by John Wrathmell (Director for Strategy, Research and Economy at the Greater Manchester Combined Authority), Jo Lappin (Chief Executive, The Cumbria LEP), Mark Burton (Head of UK Regions, Lloyds Bank) and Professor Helen Marshall (Vice-Chancellor, Salford University).

Our guest speaker panel will give their thoughts on how business, academia and the government can draw together to build a unique and competitive economy that benefits everyone.

There will also be an opportunity for you to ask questions, and to share your experiences and challenges so that Matthew and the CBI team can ensure the voice of business is heard. You will also get the latest insights from some of the most important stakeholder engagements the CBI is currently having.

This event will include a private lunch in Manchester.

Who should attend?

This invitation is for CBI members only. Should you wish to attend this event please register and a member of the team will be in touch.

Places are limited so we recommend you register quickly to secure your place.



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Colette Cunningham

Colette Cunningham

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