Event sponsorship and exhibition

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Engage with leaders and decision-makers from across health and social care by supporting or exhibiting at one of The King's Fund's conferences.

Given our standing and authority as an independent commentator, our conferences will provide you with the opportunity to be associated with innovative thinking and high-quality debate.

We understand how crucial it is to derive return on your sponsorship investment and our packages will maximise this in the months before, during and after the conference.


Host your own workshop

Organise a session and establish yourself as a thought leader, tell your story and disseminate your key messaging. Regularly attended by 50 per cent of delegates, this is a popular package with limited availability and is a great way to demonstrate your expertise and engage meaningfully with the delegates.

Exhibition opportunities

Book an exhibition stand to network and engage with delegates. Receive two free delegate places and use promotional opportunities on the conference webpage and app to make the most of this cost-effective package.

Sponsorship opportunities

We have several ways to raise your brand awareness and profile by aligning your organisation with The King’s Fund’s thought leading conferences and ideas. These packages are effective either on their own, if you can’t make it to the event in person, or in combination with another package to enhance and highlight your involvement and interest in the event topic.

Contact us

Email Michael Spencer or call him on 020 7307 2482 for a discussion about the ways you can get involved in our events.

Online events

We run a programme of online events, including live webcasts and webinars, throughout the year. If you are interested in working in partnership with us on one please email Michael Spencer or call him on 020 7307 2482.

Download the online events partnership brochure


Our delegates are senior decision-makers and commissioners who have come to rely on us for quality, relevant, authoritative and unbiased information to support their work. Our audiences also include independent and third sector commissioners and providers as well as GPs and local authority social care professionals.