Take part in first-of-its-kind policy sprint that the CBI is hosting with government representatives to answer the question: What action would increase international investment in R&D throughout the UK’s regions?
During the interactive workshop CBI members and stakeholders from across policy and government will come together to move from challenge to solution in a collaborative process. The recommendations will shape CBI and government policy priorities.
We are looking for attendees with some understanding of technology investment decisions, with a mix of seniority and experience. Sprints work best when people bring different perspectives.
Key topics and questions to be addressed are:
- What action would increase international investment in R&D throughout the UK’s regions?
- How can we attract more late stage development to the UK?
Attend this policy sprint and:
- Help shape and influence the CBI’s recommendations to government on innovation investment.
- Brainstorm ideas with contacts from government and other leading stakeholders groups in this area.
Who should attend?
This is a CBI member only roundtable discussion and all CBI members are welcome. You’ll particularly benefit from this event if you:
- have some understanding of technology investment decisions, with a mix of seniority and experience. Sprints work best when people bring different perspectives.
- Head of R&D
- Government Affairs / Corporate Affairs Director/Head of
- Public Affairs Directors / Heads of
Space is limited at this event. Book today to secure your place.
Important information about tickets:
This event is exclusive to CBI Members only, and tickets are limited to one per member company.
If you have any questions:
Please contact Alissa Dhaliwal
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