What is the Northern Ireland Investment Summit?
By John Campbell
BBC News NI economics and business editor
The Northern Ireland Investment Summit takes place in Belfast this week.
But what is it and what do the organisers hope to achieve?
It is essentially a big sales pitch for Northern Ireland, trying to persuade international businesses to invest or reinvest.
The government says about 120 investors and businesses from around the globe will be attending.
It is being organised by the UK Department for Business and Trade and the Northern Ireland Office, together with Northern Ireland's inward investment agency Invest NI.
Similar events in the past have involved senior executives from international firms lauding their experience in Northern Ireland to an audience that includes businesses which are considering investing.
The event will also act as a showcase for innovative local businesses in areas like cyber security and green manufacturing.
Why is it happening now?
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promised the summit in April as he took part in an event to mark the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday peace agreement.