Become a partner of the OECD Forum

Created in 2000, the annual OECD Forum provides an opportunity for engagement with stakeholders from all sectors in society, ranging from government to business, trade unions, civil society, academia and media.

OECD Forum focuses on the critical issues our societies face, exploring possible policy solutions conducive to improved inclusion and well-being.

During OECD Week, the Forum is organised alongside the Ministerial meeting to discuss global issues such as inclusive growth, digitalisation, climate change and development, based on insights from 38 OECD membersand key partner countries, as well as governments, and other stakeholders from 100+ emerging and developing economies.


Why partner with the OECD Forum?

  • Network with influencers across all sectors of society, discuss new initiatives and create solutions for positive societal change
  • Profile best practice, promote your engagement and commitment and elevate your international profile
  • Contribute your knowledge and expertise to critical thinking, insights and the dialogue surrounding global policy trends and opportunities
  • Gain privileged and customised access to OECD’s knowledge resources, expert analysis and global networks

Partnership Information

 As a partner, you will:

  • Connect, reflect and exchange on the key issues on the international agenda.

  • Bring your perspectives and contributions to discussions in 80+ speaking opportunities that include plenary panel sessions, informal debates, solutions-orientated workshops, closed-roundtables and TEDx™-style presentations.

  • Benefit from exposure to a wide range of audiences and global media coverage.

Interested in our partnership / sponsorship opportunities ?

Please contact:

Willemien Bax, Head of OECD Forum

Become a partner of OECD Engagement Groups

Forum Engagement Group Partnership Opportunities 

OECD Forum Engagement Groups are designed in response to calls from our partners for continued engagement with the OECD Forum throughout the year. The Groups continue and build on the discussions initiated at the annual OECD Forum aiming to co-create new solutions for 21st century challenges. The Groups are based on a two-year thematic programme, co-steered by the OECD Forum team and multi-stakeholder partners.​

Partners in the Groups engage in:​

  • Discussions and debates on the issues around the thematic programme with OECD and external experts and peers
  • Share (real world) experience and knowledge to help design collaborative solutions

Participating in expert-led sessions, monthly calls, workshops and roundtables, Forum Engagement Groups build initiatives to champion positive change. 

Contact:  Giulia Buson, Marketing and Fundraising Officer and Denise Green, Fundraising Officer 

Become a partner of the OECD campaign: “I am the Future of Work”

The “I am the Future of Workcampaign will highlight the human impact of ongoing transformations in the world of work, and explore solutions being tested in different sectors and countries. Through online engagement and events, it aims to bring together the variety of people who will shape the future of work and channel their views and ideas to the policy debate.

The partner(s) will play a critical role in supporting and contributing to the implementation of the OECD Campaign on the Future of Work. In particular, we are looking for partner(s) who will contribute to raising awareness of campaign messages amongst key influencers and amplifiers, policy makers and business leaders.

The partner(s) will be in alignment with the OECD values, mission and objectives, and its leadership strongly committed to enabling positive change and impact on citizens’ life.

For more information, please contact:

Giulia BusonMarketing and Fundraising Officer


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Past Forum Sponsors and Partners

AARP, Abengoa, Accenture, Aegon, Airbnb, Air France, ANA, Areva, Aviva, BBVA, Boeing, Boston Consulting Group, BP, Canon, CICC , Cigna, Citigroup, Club of Long Term Investors, Coca-Cola, Deloitte, EDF, Ekoverde, Eurobank, FCC, FKI, GE Healthcare, GGGI, Google, GSK, GSMA, Hyundai, Hydro, Indeed, Intesa Sanpaolo, Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey, Isbank, Janssen, Kia Motors, KPMG, Lego Foundation, LG, Lukoil, Macquarie, Microsoft, Mota Engil, MSD, Nestlé, Novartis, Novozymes, Only Glass, Oracle, Panasonic, Pearson Foundation, Pfizer, Prudential, Randstad, Renault, Rim BlackBerry, Samsung, Sharing Box, SK, Société générale, Sodexo, Soft Bank Robotics, Suez, Supra Café, Tatweer, Telefonica, TISK, Total, Toyota, Uber, UniCredit, Unilever, Vattenfall, Veolia Environnement, Vinos de Chile, Vitra.

AmCham France, AmCham EU, Bertelsmann Stiftung, BIAC, CDRF, Cherie Blair Foundation, Copenhagen Business School, EPC, FGV, Forum for the Future, French-American Foundation, Galeries Lafayette, Global Economic Symposium, HEC, IE Business School, Institute for New Economic Thinking, INSEAD, JUMP, Korea Development Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, McKinsey Global Institute, Novethic, Observer Research Foundation, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Sciences Po, South African Institute of International Affairs, University of Sydney, TUAC, Université de Genève, Utrecht University, Women's Forum for the Economy and Society, Women in Parliament.

Aftenposten, Arte, Asian Review, BBC World News, Biz@India, Bloomberg TV, Boao Review, BusinessWeek, Caixin, CBN, CNBC-e, Debating Europe, E15, EurActiv, Hurriyet, Les Echos, Espacio, Euronews, Europe’s World, L’Expansion, Finance Sina, Financial Times, France 24, France Info, Il Sole 24 Ore, International Herald Tribune, Joong Ang Daily, LCI, L'Obs, Maeil Business paper, Media India, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, NHK, NHK World, Nikkei, NRK, El Pais, PAP, Parliament Magazine, Le Point, Politico, Reuters, SwissInfo, Televisa, La Tribune, TV8, Vedomosti, Yomiuri Shimbu.