Major lectures and conferences
Reform holds major conferences and lectures to bring together wider audiences. We normally attract audiences of around 100-200 leaders in the policy debate, including policymakers, practitioners, officials, businesses, academics and the press. A typical conference would last half a day with a keynote speech by a lead political speaker and a number of panel discussions.
Reform works to get good media attendance at conferences in the aim of raising the profile of the discussions with media coverage of the debates.
Reform produces a publication to go alongside the day to include articles from each speaker as well as contributions from the Reform team. The brochure presents authoritative opinions and insightful research on the major themes of the event and would add to its impact.
A sponsor company would have the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion, provide signage at the event and contribute to the conference brochure.
Keynote speech by Rt Hon Oliver Letwin MP at Reform’s "Building the Big Society" conference, March 2011, sponsored by Circle, PA Consulting, Serco and TheCityUK.
Panel session with Dale Bassett, Sir Hugh Orde, Stephen Rimmer, Mark Easton and Nicholas Fox at Reform’s “Value for money in policing” conference, June 2011, sponsored by KPMG.
Brochure from Reform’s “Localism and the public service revolution” conference, June 2011, sponsored by Bevan Brittan, Birmingham City Council and Telereal Trillium.