AR Forum UK 2023

The Analyst Relations Forum will host our next boardroom event in King’s Cross, London, on 20th April 2023. The event will review insights and develop discussions from 2022’s Analyst Relations Forum and the recent US boardroom.

Forum events in 2022 have clearly demonstrated that AR leaders are wrestling with three key topics – measurement and evaluation, digital approaches and how the AR role can evolve to add value to more business functions. Our Europe event will continue these discussions, exploring innovative strategies that are helping AR leaders solve these challenges.

Our boardroom events are interactive discussions between senior AR professionals. We are aiming for 12 to 16 participants at boardroom events. Boardroom discussions are held under the Chatham House rule: participants are free to use the information received, but they may not reveal other participants’ identities or affiliations.

To apply to attend, please email

Our agenda for the afternoon is below.


12:00 Networking: coffee, tea and snacks

12:30 Best Practice

Data & insights: From measurement to evaluation

How can we shift from measuring process to evaluating outcomes?

How can AR programmes better use data to drive effectiveness and evaluate programme success?

How can AR metrics evolve to align with wider business goals?

13:45 Break

14:00 Best Practice

Digital Transformation: How AR processes are being reimagined for digital-first marketing approaches

How can AR programmes capitalise on the opportunities digital marketing tools and platforms offer?

How are digital processes changing measurement and evaluation?

Can digital processes deliver new insights and intelligence to measure analyst engagement and advocacy?

15:15 Networking refreshments

15:45 Next Practice

The next stage of AR transformation

Should AR reinvent to touch different categories of influencers?

How can AR evolve to deliver more business value?

How can AR teams collaborate with the wider business to support growth?

17:00-18:00 Drinks reception