Events & Discussions: Forthcoming events

Cityforum events are driven by the growing importance of developing effective public policy quickly and with the contribution of the right mix of experts and industry stakeholders.

We work closely with policy makers and senior public sector officials to understand their needs and goals and identify and engage senior private sector representatives, academics and overseas experts who can best contribute to policy discussions.

Held under the Chatham House Rule, the events provide a safe, secure and neutral environment in which policy makers, the private sector and academia can freely discuss, debate, propose and test solutions to contemporary public policy problems.

Individuals and private sector organisations have the opportunity to participate in our events as delegates, sponsors, or strategic partners.  For more information on Sponsorship click here.

Delegate participation

Delegate places are available for purchase at our public events.  Cityforum events give corporate companies and individuals the opportunity to take part and participate in the discussions that shape future policies – be there from the beginning, get the inside track, and make important contacts for your business.  We offer special SME and Public Sector rates.

Guest participation

The impressive calibre of the people who participate in our discussions play a significant role in the success of Cityforum events.  Not only do we commission an exceptionally high standard of contributors to speak at and lead the discussions, but we also ensure that our list of attendees are equally as discerning and influential.  For each event we have a limited number of Guest Invitations, which can be offered to people with specialised experience within the subject matter.  If you would like to be considered for a Guest Invitation to any of our forthcoming events, please e-mail info@cityforum.co.uk.

Cityforum Police Technology Round Table supported by the NPTC and Police ICT Company

Thursday 29th June 2017

BT Centre, Newgate Street, London, United Kingdom

‘The digital pathways towards quality policing and joined up justice – preparing for the tidal wave of technological change’

We are developing this round table in consultation with the National Police Technology Council, The Police ICT Company, and Digital Policing Portfolio, the Home Office, PCC’s, Chief Constables, the private sector, and others.

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Defence and security exports – maximising British opportunities post-Brexit

Thursday 6th July 2017

Central London, United Kingdom

Brexit makes the maximum exploitation of British capacity in export markets, particularly those beyond Europe, even more important than it is today. Global defence and security business is a particular British strength and it will be vital to the re-balancing of trade and delivery of prosperity as the UK exits the Union and leaves the Single Market and Customs Union.

This Round Table is of particular significance to a country requiring to use its agility, skills and reputation to best eff [...]

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Cityforum Cyber Security Round Table supported by the NCSC

Tuesday 11th July 2017

Central London, London, United Kingdom

Best practice in critical sectors – assessing the real risks and countering the harms

Cityforum is delighted to be working with NCSC on the development of this Cyber Security Round Table ‘Best practice in critical sectors’ which is seen as an important event in the NCSC programme of wider engagement in 2017 and follows a significant event in October 2016 on the eve of its establishment of NCSC.

Mr Ciaran Martin CEO NCSC, who carries the weight of the re [...]

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