Our upcoming events



Supporting disabled people into employment and to thrive in the workplace

What can we do to help more disabled people into employment and then thrive once they are in the workplace? Around 1 in 5 working age adults in the UK are disabled. Despite this large and growing number, disabled people are almost twice as likely to be unemployed as non-disabled people, and 3 times as likely to be economically inactive.

Hosted by City Literary Institute



Leading London Dinner with the Rt Hon Kemi Badenoch MP, Secretary of State for Business and Trade

Our Leading London dinners provide an opportunity for a small group of senior leaders within BusinessLDN membership to meet and discuss a topical business issue over dinner. All discussions take place under the Chatham House rule. For this dinner we will be joined by The Rt Hon Kemi Badenoch MP, Secretary of State for Business and Trade on London’s role in attracting Foreign Direct Investment to the UK, as well as her other priorities within the Department for Business and Trade.



London LSIP: How can London lead a transferable skills revolution?

As the new London Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP) sets out, there is a growing employer demand for people with essential, transferable skills which can be used in a variety of roles or occupations, such as such as critical thinking, resilience and problem solving. As new technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) transform the labour market in the coming years, these skills will become even more vital. Yet many employers are struggling to access people with these skills or develop their existing workforce.



January 2024 Briefing: What next for London?

This informal and interactive session will be an opportunity to gather insights and intelligence from our experts around issues on your agenda. For the sixth briefing in this series, we’ll be focusing on: the political and macroeconomic outlook for London ahead of the upcoming Mayoral election; set out an overview of the key agenda the next Mayor should focus on, London’s housing crisis and possible steps to tackle it; and how the private sector can deliver Euston as the London terminus of HS2.



Economic briefing with the Bank of England - February 2024

Join BusinessLDN and the Bank of England for the latest insights on the economic outlook for Greater London. 2024 will have a very political feel to it, but all eyes will also be on the economy. BusinessLDN will be welcoming Lai Wai Co, Deputy London Agent at the Bank, who will share what she is hearing from firms across the Capital, the Bank’s latest forecasts and her outlook for the year ahead.