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Shepherd’s of Westminster will name a cocktail in honour of The Enterprise Forum’s 20th Anniversary. An intimate evening reception is being held on Monday 11 December 2017 to formally launch “The Enterprise Forum” cocktail.

Limited places are being offered to non-members. For more information please email Mark Beckett. Guests will have to wait until the evening to discover what exactly goes into making “The Enterprise Forum”!

2017 has been a landmark year for The Enterprise Forum with its programme of events in the European Parliament being held on 29 March 2017 (the day Article 50 was triggered); it’s first event engaging with Welsh Assembly members in Cardiff; holding The Enterprise Forum’s Business Reception (with the Chancellor of the Exchequer for the sixth year in a row) at Conservative Party Conference; and holding its fifth annual 1922 Committee and The Enterprise Forum Business Reception in addition to The Forum’s main programme of roundtable discussions with both Ministers and backbench MPs.

The Enterprise Forum was founded in 1997 as an independent, not-for-profit organisation by Andrew Cumpsty and Alistair Burt MP through a desire to ensure business involvement in the Conservative Party’s policy development. Throughout the years its remit has expanded to include Deputy Governors of the Bank of England; UK Civil Servants; the Liberal Democrats, Local and Devolved Governments; the TUC; and the European Commission. The Enterprise Forum’s programme of events is determined by its members which include commercial organisations (from FTSE 100 companies to SMEs), trade associations and charities.