Wednesday 29 March 2017|
The Enterprise Forum's Brussels Programme 2017
All Day Event
Lunch with Conservatives MEPs - other events tbc
Wednesday 19 April 2017|
PPSs discussion with UK Business
Conor Burns MP, PPS to The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for BEIS - John Glen MP, PPS to The Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer
In partnership with CECA
Monday 24 April 2017|
Investment in UK productivity
The Rt Hon David Gauke MP - Chief Secretary to the Treasury
In partnership with ADS Group
Wednesday 17 May 2017|
Business Discussion with the Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Corporate Responsibility
Margot James MP - Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Corporate Responsibility
In partnership with Centrica
Wednesday 25 October 2017|
The 1922 Committee and the Enterprise Forum Business Reception
Graham Brady MP - Chairman of the 1922 Committee
|“It is crucial for the Conservative Party to engage with business to develop policies that can help us compete and prosper in the new global economy. The Enterprise Forum provides an important setting in which we can do so, and for more than a decade has played an invaluable role. I am sure it will continue to go from strength to strength.”|
The Rt Hon David Cameron
|“The Enterprise Forum is an important link between the business community and the Conservative Party, and helps to produce better informed policies and legislation. Only by strong communication and mutual understanding will policy makers and the business community build the vibrant, competitive economy that we all value.
The Rt Hon George Osborne MP
|“The Conservative Party believes that by listening to the concerns of business people we can better understand how enterprise may be set free. The Enterprise Forum is playing an increasingly active role in bringing the Government close to the mind of the business community and I wish it every success in the future
The Rt Hon The Lord Hague of Richmond PC FRSL
|“Today's Conservative Party has to connect with people of real experience in order to develop new, attractive and workable solutions to the "common ground" issues which matter most. The Enterprise Forum plays a pivotal role in this process, bringing together leading Conservatives and successful people from across the business community, for stimulating and informative discussions in a convivial atmosphere. I hope it will continue to thrive.
The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP
|“The Enterprise Forum plays a very important part in forging the link between businesses, politicians and legislation. The Conservative Party places great emphasis on the work that the Forum does, we have been impressed by the ways in which the Forum has worked on behalf of the business community. The Conservative Party is extremely grateful for the dialogue created by the Enterprise Forum as it helps us to better represent and respond to the needs of business.
The Rt Hon Oliver Letwin MP
|“The Enterprise Forum, with its first rate membership, is now fulfilling the hopes held for it at its 1998 launch, namely providing an ever more important place for dialogue between senior Conservatives and a broad cross-section of the business community. I am sure our growing membership will continue to take the opportunity provided, to the benefit of all in a balanced economy.
Alistair Burt MP
|“Monitoring and influencing EU legislation is becoming more and more important for British business. As key players in the European legislative process, Conservative MEPs are very keen to hear business views - and to act on what we hear. We greatly value the work of the Enterprise Forum and actively support its activities. It plays a major contribution in achieving our political objective 'Delivering for British Business.
Malcolm Harbour CBE
|“At a time when enterprise has climbed up the political agenda, in words if not always in deeds, the Enterprise Forum has come into its own. It fulfils a unique role in bringing together business representatives and parliamentarians, helping business to discuss and help formulate the policies of the Governments of tomorrow.”|
The Rt. Hon Michael Howard, Baron Howard of Lympne, CH, PC, QC