Join us For Party Conferences 2021
Blog posted by: Charlotte Pickles, 25 March 2021.
This Autumn's party conferences will be major events, marking the first big opportunity to once again bring politicians, businesses and charity leaders, and experts together in person to debate policy and network – and Reform will be at the heart of the action.
During the past year we have been delighted to host, among others, senior Ministers and Shadow Minsters including the Chief Secretary to the Treasury Rt Hon Steve Barclay MP, Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds MP, Minister for Pensions and Financial Inclusion Guy Opperman MP, Minister for Innovation Lord Bethell, and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice Rt Hon David Lammy MP. There is a now a huge appetite to loo forward to recovery.
With a focus on building back better, Reform will curate a programme of events to explore the big questions facing the country, engaging the people who can make change happen. From making ‘levelling up’ a reality to harnessing the UK’s innovative life sciences and tech sectors; from delivering a new settlement for both young and older people, to forging a path to Net Zero, we will harness our network and expertise to create exciting forums to rethink the post-pandemic world.
2021 will be unique conference season and we can’t wait to work with like-minded organisations to facilitate these timely discussions. Reform is looking for partners who share our enthusiasm.
To start a conversation please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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