David Cameron at the World Economic Forum (Davos) 2014
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The PM promoted Britain as a place to do business and set out how we can secure the economic recovery at the World Economic Forum.
The Prime Minister attended the World Economic Forum with a British economy that is growing – faster than any other major European economy.
Read David Cameron’s speech at the World Economic Forum.
See what we’re doing to grow the UK economy.
Reshoring: bringing businesses back to the UK
Before attending the World Economic Forum, the Prime Minister visited Vent-Axia, a business that has reshored (brought back business operations to the UK).
Find out more about reshoring:
listen to Vent-Axia CEO Ronnie George talk about why bringing jobs back to the UK is good for business
listen to Joe Greenwell of UKTI explain why it’s a vital part of our long-term plan for the economy
see a map of UK companies that have brought back business operations already
The World Economic Forum: participants and events
The World Economic Forum brings together over 2,000 participants representing over 100 countries, including:
- CEOs and representatives from the world’s biggest corporations
- leaders from the G20 and other key countries
- technology innovators and social entrepreneurs