Political Briefing - Northern Ireland

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Callum Biggins, CBI Head of Campaigns will help you to make sense of the UK’s turbulent political landscape and bring you up to speed on all that is happening at Westminster.

Callum will be sharing the very latest CBI political intelligence. You will hear key insights and analysis from Westminster, enabling you to understand what the latest developments are and what these might mean for your business. With the opportunity to ask questions and find out what’s really happening.

This event is suitable for all senior business leaders, including

  • CEO's / COO's

  • Government / Corporate Affairs Directors / Heads of

  • Public Affairs Directors / Heads of

  • Strategy VP's / Directors

  • Finance Directors

Arm yourself with the intelligence that your business really needs to make better decisions.

Book your place today.

Introducing Callum Biggins, CBI Head of Campaigns

Callum leads on the CBI’s political engagement programme and oversees coordination of the CBI’s policy outputs. He has also worked as a policy advisor on political and parliamentary affairs. Prior to joining the CBI Callum was a campaign organiser for a political party and a parliamentary assistant in both the UK and EU Parliaments.

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Complimentary tickets to this event are restricted to one per member company. However, if the event is not sold out, all additional availability will be allocated to the waiting list on a first come first served basis.

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