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The CBI is the UK's premier business lobbying organisation, providing a voice for employers at a national and international level.

We are here to provide a voice for business people and their businesses on a national and international level. We speak for more than 240,000 companies of every size, including many in the FTSE 100 and FTSE 350, mid-caps, SMEs, micro businesses, private and family owned businesses, start ups, and trade associations and in every sector including, agriculture, automotive, aerospace and defence, construction, creative and communications, financial services, IT and e-business, management consultancy, manufacturing, professional services, retail, transport, tourism and utilities.

 

The South East is home to thousands of businesses, from global firms to SMEs, and boasts world-class transport infrastructure including Gatwick Airport and major ports. It is the biggest manufacturing region in the UK and attracts 14% of foreign direct investment into the country.

 

Our Mission 

 

To promote the conditions in which businesses of all sizes and sectors in the UK can compete and prosper for the benefit of all. To achieve this, we campaign in the UK, the EU and internationally for a competitive policy landscape.

 

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