As part of our Daily Insights Podcast Series, Business News Wales Editor, Mark Powney, interviews Ian Price Director of CBI Wales at the Business News Wales HQ.
Brexit is a topic that finally appears to be coming to a conclusion, but what next? Will the Welsh economy continue to grow, what sectors need more support than others and how will the welsh economy develop over the next decade.
Director of CBI Wales, Ian heads up the CBI office in Wales, responsible for representing the majority of major businesses in Wales in their dealings with government and its support functions. He also looks after all recruitment and retention of members. He is consistently lobbying government in Cardiff and Westminster to ensure that the view of business is always taken into account when formulating policy.
Ian is also Chair Wales Apprenticeship Advisory Board, carrying out reviews of apprenticeship delivery in Wales.
Prior to CBI Ian has held several senior roles within business.
Ian was in the Royal Air Force for nine years and served in the Falklands during 1982 and received the South Atlantic Campaign medal. He has one daughter and lives in Mumbles. He is an enthusiastic runner, having completed numerous half and full marathons, and is a lifelong Swansea City fan.