The CBI has set out six ways to build confidence for those businesses, local authorities and communities affected, if their local area comes under new temporary restrictions. Chief UK Policy Director, Matthew Fell said:
Rain Newton-Smith, CBI Chief Economic responded, saying:
On results day, CBI Scotland Director, Tracy Black, said:
Matthew Fell, CBI Chief UK Policy Director, noted the news will come as a real disappointment for some businesses, but highlighted firms know that public safety comes first. He added:
Dame Carolyn Fairbrain, CBI Director-General, said that while many larger firms have long had plans in place for a no-deal outcome, smaller firms will struggle to cope with a double dose of disruption. She added:
Foresight’s Rodney Appiah and Schneider Electric’s Alice Williams on CBI London U35 Committee’s campaign to Build Back Better.
The survey provides valuable information on key trends within the service sector, as well as providing a useful gauge of future activity by asking forward-looking questions.
New CBI President Lord Bilimoria sets out his plans to help put the UK on the road to recovery.
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The CBI has a duty to use its voice against racial injustice in all its forms. Now more than ever, we will speak out against racial inequality at work and support swift and meaningful action by firms to prevent it.
New CBI report on maximising the benefits of public spending shows how businesses and government should work together.
A new Heat Commission established by the CBI and University of Birmingham has published a series of recommendations aimed at decarbonising heat as part of a strategy to achieve the UK’s climate commitments on net-zero.
In response to recent changes in working practices and the use of public transport, a new CBI/KPMG paper outlines what this means for business and government going forward.
New CBI report set outs how government can help deliver an innovation and technology-led recovery and make the UK the world’s leading innovation economy.
Your monthly guide to understanding what’s going on in the UK economy and how it may impact your business.
Peter Glancy, Head of Policy, Pensions & Investments at Scottish Widows provides an update on the impact of COVID-19 on pensions and employee benefits, and the government's policy initiatives in this area.
Ahead of Parliament breaking for summer recess, the CBI has been busy strengthening relationships with key officials, detailing businesses concerns on the pace progress in the UK-EU trade talks with the Cabinet Office and engaging with the Labour party.
With the UK-EU trade negotiations due to enter the seventh-round on 17 August, the CBI has released data revealing firms’ concerns over a non-negotiated EU exit and lack of preparedness.
Understand the insurance options available for your business, and how to choose the right cover and make a claim, in our new practical guide.
Carolyn Fairbairn calls on the UK and the US to aim high on global standards for a new trade deal.
At the historic theatre of the Bristol Old Vic, Carolyn Fairbairn sets out priorities for government and business as we enter the 2020s - a decade of
Carolyn Fairbairn calls for a decade of action, with business and government tackling common challenges, to help the country thrive.