Being an ODI Supporter has led directly to a revenue-generating partnership of £50,000-£100,000
ODI Members are given exclusive invites to quarterly networking meetups, events by others in the networks, invitations to promote your work through blogs and talks and discounts on our annual summit and courses.
Choose your membership tier
Pay what you can (annual from £1)
Support the work we do and keep up to date with what we’re up to with our supporter tier.
- Bi-weekly newsletter with news, events and opportunities
- 30% off all events and courses
- Welcome pack with goodies
SME: £720; Corporate: £2,200
Join as an SME (with 250 employees or fewer) or a Corporate (with over 250 staff) and access the ODI network for advice, collaboration and new opportunities.
This membership signs up your whole organisation and enables you to list your organisation on our website.
All the above, plus:
- Opportunity for any member of staff to attend our networking events
- List your organisation on our member directory
- Invitations for your organisation to attend specialist workshops and events within your sector
- Sponsorship opportunities
- Opportunities to demo and blog about your products to other members
Pricing on request
Become a leader in your sector by partnering with the ODI, and develop a data strategy, create an environment for data-driven innovation and connect with like-minded organisations.
All the above, plus:
- Support to solve a specific problem with training, tech help, advice and consultancy
- The opportunity to run joint events to drive ideas and discussion
- Invitations to exclusive dinners with other partners
- An e-learning package to upskill your workforce
- The opportunity to present at one of our popular ODI Fridays lunchtime lectures
Some current ODI Members
- Emerging tech
- Personal data and privacy
- < https://trust-hub.com
- [email protected]
- +44 (0)20 3582 5055
- Geospatial data and mapping
- (+44) 01223 420414
- Banking and finance
Parliamentary Digital Service
- Public administration services
- Skills and literacy