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The CBI is the UK’s most effective and influential business group. Our policy experts produce insight and analysis that cover a broad range of policy issues affecting companies of all sectors and sizes. For more information about the areas we cover visit our business issues section.

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  • Insight Creative industries

    All the world's a stage

    Growing Britain's creative industries

  • Insight Financial services

    The business finance guide

    The business finance guide is an invaluable tool for entrepreneurs starting a business, or directors managing established or growing companies of all sizes.

  • Insight Financial services

    Better Business Finance (BBF)

    Better Business Finance provides impartial information and support to businesses and entrepreneurs looking to develop and grow; whether the business is seeking finance, or starting out or exporting abroad, BBF is here to help.

  • Report Infrastructure

    Infrastructure Survey 2015

    With 94% of businesses reporting quality of infrastructure as a decisive factor when planning future investment, infrastructure remains central to the growth challenge in the current parliament.

  • Case study Innovation

    Member Spotllight: Peak Scientific

    Peak Scientific's Marketing Director Mark Flanagan tells us how a focus on safety, sustainability and innovation has turned a family firm into an award-winning industry leader.

  • Insight People & skills

    Take part in our CBI/Aegon UK Workplace Pensions Survey

    The CBI has launched a workplace pensions survey in partnership with Aegon UK to understand how businesses can more easily engage employees with their workplace pension schemes.

  • Report People & skills

    Delivering excellence

    A new approach for schools in Scotland

  • Report People & skills

    Leading the way

    Improving school governance and leadership

  • Report Brexit & EU negotiations

    All together better

    Accessible labour: a necessity for regional economic prosperity