With the announcement of a new Prime Minister expected within weeks, and Parliament breaking up for its long Summer recess, the CBI is convening its latest Government Affairs Network (GAN). Meeting on Tuesday 23rd July, the GAN will ensure you get the insight that you need, alongside our strategic partner the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
Coming at a crucial time for both domestic and Brexit politics, this meeting will give you the opportunity to hear the CBI's analysis of all the big political events, the country’s new Prime Minister and what this change may mean for the UK’s Brexit negotiations.
Attend this Government Affairs Network and you will:
- Hear the latest CBI analysis of what is going on in the political sphere
- Access up- to- the- minute intelligence from compelling senior speakers
- Connect with likeminded individuals that are experiencing similar challenges in today’s business environment
You will hear from:
- Matthew Fell, Chief UK Policy Director, CBI
- John Foster, Director of Campaigns, CBI
8.30am - Breakfast and registration
9.00am - Discussion begins
10.30am - Discussion ends
Space is limited at this event so book your place today to secure your seat.
More about the CBI Government Affairs Network (GAN)
The GAN is the CBI's premier informal meeting of senior Public Affairs, Communications and Policy professionals which offers a platform for members to discuss the biggest issues of the day.
This network is open to all CBI members that work in Government Affairs and it meets once a quarter.
The CBI's strategic partner for the GAN is the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
Government Affairs Networks are regularly held across the country and via webinars – view our full calendar for further information.
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