Launching Tomorrow's Business Forms
Monday, 25 November 2013 from 12:00 to 14:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Making the right choices of ownership, structure and governance to deliver success for business and society
'Tomorrow's Business Forms'
Group Chief Executive, Grosvenor and other project partners
Director, Public Policy, Deloitte
Founder Director, Tomorrow's Company
Registration: from 12.00pm for a prompt 12.45pm start and a 2.00pm finish
Mark Goyder, Founder Director, Tomorrow's Company
During the event we will be tweeting using the following hashtag: #TomorrowsBusinessForms
We are delighted to invite you to the launch of the report 'Tomorrow's Business Forms - making the right choices of ownership, structure and governance to deliver success for business and society.'
Tomorrow's Business Forms is a Tomorrow's Company project in partnership with ACCA, Adnams, Anglian Water Group, Arup, Camelot, Deloitte LLP, Grosvenor, John Lewis Partnership, NG Bailey, Peabody Trust, The Crown Estate and TTP.
About the report
We believe that diversity of business form is good for the economy and good for society and needs to be better understood and more widely valued. This report is intended to encourage business owners and boards to take a fresh look at how business form relates to business purpose.
Government has a pivotal role to play by making the right choices about the private sector companies that it invites to operate in the public sector. The report is intended to provoke a debate about how government and the public sector can better harness the efficiency and innovation of the private sector.
I very much hope that you will join us for the launch of the report and participate in the debate that it is intended to stimulate.
When & Where
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If you have any questions regarding individual memberships and donations please get in touch with our Corporate Relations Manager, Alex Maitland at