Hannah Essex, Co-executive director at the British Chambers of Commerce, comments on the news British Steel is entering insolvency.
The 2019 Annual Conference took place on the 28th March 2019 at the QEII Centre, London.
The Annual Conference explores the subjects most relevant to UK business. Providing insights into these key topics through panel discussions, keynote speakers and opportunities for discussion with other attendees. The Conference is a must-attend event for business leaders, corporate affairs and public policy professionals and is an exceptional opportunity to network with people from all sectors.
Ticket sales for next year's conference will reopen in early 2020.
This panel explored the impact of changing technology, and how business can harness new ideas and innovation to fuel the economy now, and in the future.
This panel discussed how business and government can work together to create a skilled workforce by harnessing the potential of young people and the knowledge of older workers, as well as the importance of a migration system that is responsive to business needs.
This panel explored business priorities for investment in infrastructure, and how this can drive growth for UK businesses locally, nationally and globally.
Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce comments on the inflation statistics for April 2019, published today by the Office for National Statistics.