Our membership ranges from commercial organisations (FTSE 100 to SMEs), trade associations, trade unions, and registered charities across all business sectors: Aerospace, Agriculture and Food, Construction, Creative Industries, Defence, Energy, Financial Services, Healthcare, Hospitality, Law, Manufacturing, Retail, Tech, Telecommunications and the Utilities.

Why organisations join...

  • Members of The Enterprise Forum understand the value of having a continually open dialogue with Parliamentarians and policy makers on all aspects of policy creation and consultation in an independent Forum.
  • Networking is an important aspect of The Enterprise Forum with industry leaders from the same and different sectors establishing new and strengthening old relationships at events
  • Members are able to host/sponsor events.
  • Our programme reflects our members’ interests and concerns. The majority of our meetings are held under the Chatham House Rule. Events include:
    • Policy and manifesto round table meetings with Parliamentarians
    • Hybrid and Online Events
    • Party Conference Events
    • Parliamentary Receptions and Business Expos
    • Devolved Government Events
    • European Programme with MEPs and the European Commission

Membership Fees

The annual fees below are determined by the type and size of the organisation:

  • Commercial Organisation (Turnover £20m+) = £2,100 + VAT
  • Commercial Organisation (Turnover £5m-£20m) = £1,050 + VAT
  • Commercial Organisation (Turnover under £5m) = £525 + VAT
  • Trade Associations = £1,312.50 + VAT
  • Trade Unions = £1,312.50 + VAT
  • Registered Charities = £1,050 + VAT

For more information about membership of The Enterprise Forum please contact Mark Beckett,
Executive Director of The Enterprise Forum

Please note: The Enterprise Forum is a Limited Company established independently of any Political Party. All fees are used to run The Enterprise Forum and no money goes directly or indirectly to any Political Party. Since the Forum makes no financial contributions to any political party it does not fall within the remit of the Political Party Elections and Referendums Act 2000.