Come to the MSB: Business Insight Conference 2018

CBI's event dedicated to medium-sized business returns for 2018 to explore the intelligence and capabilities needed to help growing businesses succeed in the current climate.

The MSB: Business Insight Conference, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) event dedicated to medium-sized businesses, returns to central London on Tuesday 26th June, so make sure you come along. Click here to book your tickets.

For the fifth year the CBI, with strategic partner Lloyds Bank, will bring together expertise from across the business community, with the central theme for this year’s event business productivity and technology as a key driver.

The day will include thought-provoking keynote addresses, lively panel discussions and practical break-out sessions giving you exclusive access to UK business leaders and government ministers, actionable insight and real value you can put into practice in your organisation, and the opportunity to network with more than 300 of your peers.

The conference will bring expertise from across the business community, including Tony Danker, CEO of Be the Business and Productivity Leadership Group and Karl Tucker, managing director of Yeo Valley.

CBI director-general Carolyn Fairbairn will also be speaking, with BBC Breakfast business correspondent Declan Curry chairing the day.

With a specifically tailored programme, the agenda focuses on key issues affecting growing firms, including increasing productivity and business reputation through employee engagement, driving business efficiencies and growth through technology, and unlocking future growth for your business.

As a subscriber, we would like to offer you 10 per cent off the normal price of £149 (+VAT). Simply choose ‘CBI Non-Member – Medium sized business rate’ option and use promotional code GROWTH18 when making your booking.

For further information please contact our events team:

Ben Lobel

Ben Lobel

Ben Lobel was the editor of and from 2010 to 2018. He specialises in writing for start-up and scale-up companies in the areas of finance, marketing and HR.

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