JOIN Our Business Forum
Our Business Forum is a community of changemakers in food and farming businesses. Through a combination of in-person dinner meetings and online workshops, members come together to discuss latest challenges, exchange ideas and best practice, and support one another to make bold, positive changes.
The Business Forum provides a safe and trusted space to explore emerging, business-critical issues as part of an honest, supportive community. We bring a range of voices around the table to engage in free-flowing discussion under Chatham House rule. This gives members a rare opportunity to gain system-wide perspectives from right across the food supply chain.
We encourage frank sharing of insights and opinions, and hold space for peers to constructively challenge and support each-other. This gives leaders the confidence to make bold changes to their businesses, as well as embark on collective missions.
Expert speakers are invited to share insights at each meeting, providing members with unrivalled access to cutting-edge thinking. All meetings are held under Chatham House rule. We write concise, nonattributed reports to capture key insights and next steps, which are published publicly to inspire wider change.
Business Forum members are not members of the Food Ethics Council, the body responsible for governing the organisation. The terms and conditions of Business Forum membership have been designed to enable the Food Ethics Council to organise these educational events for business leaders, while preserving the Council’s independence. Terms and conditions of the Business Forum can be found here.
If you work for a food or farming business and are interested in joining or learning more, please contact our Executive Director, Dan Crossley via firstname.lastname@example.org.
See our previous Business Forum events here.
A full list of members can be found here.
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The Food Ethics Council takes the privacy of Business Forum members data seriously and will only use members personal information for Business Forum administration purposes and for communicating about an organisation’s membership. More information about how the Food Ethics Council looks after personal data can be found here.