We are keen to involve corporate organisations in our research because their expertise is often left out of the Whitehall policy discussion.
Associates donate £500 (or more if they choose) annually to the charitable Reform Research Trust.
Organisations become Associates of Reform to ensure that they are up to date with the policy debate and to meet like-minded people at regular events. Associates receive all of Reform’s influential publications and invitations to Reform events.
Partners donate £8,000 (or more if they choose) annually to the charitable Reform Research Trust.
Reform's Corporate Partnership Programme is at the heart of our research work. The experience and insights of our Partners greatly improve the quality and relevance of our research. Our Partners are typically organisations with a strong commitment to improving public sector and economic performance. They find that a close collaboration with Reform helps them to achieve their own objectives, as well as bringing them into a new and high level network. Partners also have the opportunity to participate in Reform’s research.
Over time the Corporate Partnership programme has grown in size and is now a very strong group of 34 organisations. It has also grown in terms of the sectors represented with increasing interest from a broader range of industries. Current members of the Reform Corporate Partnership Programme include: ABI, Accenture, Aviva, Balfour Beatty, Benenden Health, Bevan Brittan, BG Group, BMI Healthcare, British Land, BT, Bupa Home Healthcare, BVCA, Capita Group, CH2M Hill, Clifford Chance, Citigroup, The City of London, Ernst & Young, G4S, GE, Hewlett Packard, ICAEW, KPMG, McKesson, MSD, Novo Nordisk, the Optical Confederation, PA Consulting, SCC, Serco, Sodexo, Telereal Trillium and Vodafone.
If you are interested in hearing more about Reform's Corporate Partnership Programme please contact Lauren Thorpe on 020 7799 6699 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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