On 2 September 2015 the Behavioural Insights Conference kicks off in London. During this two-day event, hundreds of participants from around the world will come together to discuss how behavioural insights can be used to make ‘better and smarter’ policies. One of the sponsors is BCG’s recently launched Centre for Public Impact.
The Behavioural Exchange 2015 Conference (BX2015) brings together hundreds of the world’s leading behavioural insights experts with policy makers and practitioners in a bid to explore how behavioural insights can be used to create better policies and a better society.
The BX2015, which organised Behavioural Insights Team in partnership with the Cabinet Office, consists of two-day event that will take place on 2 and 3 September 2015 at the Park Plaza Hotel Westminster Bridge in London.
Innovation charity Nesta will support the event. In addition, four sponsors have committed themselves to the event, including the World Bank, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and The Behavioral Insights Group. The Centre for Public Impact, a public sector resarch institute recently launched by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), acts as the fourth sponsor.
The Centre for Public Impact
The goal of the Centre for Public Impact is to improve the positive impact of governments by bringing together world leaders to learn, exchange ideas and inspire each other to strengthen the public impact of their organisations.