Most of our General Affiliate members are suppliers of products and services to the industry, including law firms, management consultants, and recruitment agents. Affiliate Membership is designed to keep colleagues within a company engaged and informed around the policy areas and changes in the environment that affect their clients. In order for them to do this we offer a range of regular communications and updates to ensure colleagues are knowledgeable in their day to day work.
General Affiliate members receive access to key information updates including:
General Affiliates receive invitations to selective events designed to update members on topical issues, providing excellent opportunities for networking and sharing members’ views.
Our events include: ABPI Annual Conference, R&D focussed events across a number of topics, briefings and regular master classes.
Our expert networks and groups comprise member companies and ABPI representatives with expertise in a specific area of work. Groups work on the key issues that are affecting the industry. General Affiliate members have the opportunity to apply for membership of working groups according to the groups terms of engagement.
Examples of Networks and groups include: Legal Expert Network, Regulatory Expert Network, Corporate Affairs Network.
We continue to engage members through exclusive access to the Member's extranet - My ABPI – the portal for regular and timely communications on ABPI working groups, consultations and discussion forums.
For further details about General Affiliate membership, or to arrange an appointment to discuss membership engagement opportunities and benefits, please contact us directly on email@example.com or +44 (0)20 7747 1414.
To apply for membership, download the application form. Please answer all questions and send a signed copy to the address provided on the form.
All applications for membership of the ABPI are reviewed by the Board of Management. Further details about the application process can be found on our frequently asked questions page.