Confederation of British Industry

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Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

a UK organization which represents the collective interests of employers. The CBI is run by a centrally-elected committee, a secretariat, and a network of regional and local branches which provide a forum for company executives to meet and discuss affairs of mutual concern, and act as a means of disseminating information on the government's industrial policy European Union directives on employers' obligations, etc.

A major objective of the CBI is to promote industrial enterprise and efficiency, thereby helping the country to increase its wealth and create employment.

Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

a UK organization that represents the collective interests of member companies in dealings with government and TRADE UNIONS.
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The Confederation of British Industries, who backed the study, said businesses are being short-changed by teachers' failure to follow-up students' work experiences.
Ennis currently serves as the Northern Ireland chairman of the Confederation of British Industries, as well as chairman of the Industrial Steering Group for Queen's University of Belfast Polymer Processing Research Centre, and is a board member of the Industrial Research and Technology Unit, a United Kingdom government body.
Earlier, CWB was a Finalist for 'Company of the Year' in awards sponsored by the Confederation of British Industries (CBI), the UK's leading independent employers' organization.
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