Event Management

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The Future Economy Network strives to deliver unique and unforgettable events from business workshops and networking events to high profile panel discussion and even regional trade shows.

We have 12 years of extensive experience managing events and our team has the knowledge and 12k contacts to guarantee your event is a success and reaches the right audience.

Our event space is perfect for the co-hosting events with our subscribers to raise their profile. The space also aids collaboration with a break out area for refreshments and that all important networking. Alternatively, we love to host events at our subscribers’ premises!


We encourage businesses to approach us for opportunities to co-host, sponsor and speak at our events, especially our subscribers who get priority and reduced rates. We hold monthly business breakfasts located predominately in Bristol & Bath at the moment, but we would love to hear if you have a venue in the South West we could use.

At our Business Breakfasts we always provide delicious pastries, fruit platters, coffee & tea. We love hosting evening events too where we will definitely wine you and possibly dine you too! All of our catering is sustainably sourced as we are committed to delivering our business sustainably.

We even host events for non-subscribers!

If you want to know more please Get in Touch

“Very enjoyable morning at Pure Planet, the speakers were very relevant to the current debate on climate change. Great opportunity to to network and meet up over a coffee and croissant, very enjoyable morning.”
— Roland Billington, Director, Cadence Planning
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“I attended a Future Economy Group event about Digitalisation and Sustainability recently and, in terms of networking opportunity, it was one of the best.”
— Andrew Henderson, New Business Development Manager, 3 Step IT
“Thanks so much for inviting me to speak at your Green Great Britain Week event in Bristol. It was a very informative event, with a great range of speakers, and provided a valuable opportunity to discuss national clean growth policies, progress, and next steps. Thanks again!”
— Ruth Binny, Local Energy Policy Lead, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.