The Confederation of British Industry finds that Brexit and young people have focused discussion on the role and reputation of business in society.
Young people and Brexit could be the underlying reasons for an improvement in the reputation of business in the UK, according to research from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
The survey found that 65% of people believe that British business is good, up 5% since July last year. Sixty-nine percent said that chief executives were out of touch with people's lives.
Fenella Grey, managing director of Porter Novelli , the PR company that helped conduct the research, said: “There are a number of genuinely surprising results that go against expectations.
“The fact that the reputation of business has improved over the past mon
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