David Cameron delivered a speech at the 2012 Confederation of British Industry conference (CBI) earlier this week where he outlined his beliefs for what the UK government needs to do help British businesses thrive in the newly emerging global business landscape.
The British PM said “You need us to deal with our deficit. Cut business taxes so we can compete. Have a proper industrial strategy to get behind the growth engines of the future. Reform education so we turn out the brightest graduates and school leavers.”
A number of British business leaders such as Lief Schneider of Schneider Bartosch Communications and others like Dave Chaplin who founded Contractor Calculator gave their reactions to the speech – view more at BusinessZone.