FP Events


FP Events brings the award-winning journalism on our site and in our magazine to life through captivating events both in the U.S. and abroad.

With FP coverage in the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, FP Events brings the most pressing global issues to the forefront of discussion through a variety of events.

Interested in attending an event? Contact events@foreignpolicy.com. For information on sponsorship opportunities at future FP Events, contact Veronika Zubo, Veronika.Zubo@foreignpolicy.com.

For over 40 years Foreign Policy has convened global leaders at the intersection of business and policy focusing on the leading global issues of our time, from national security to technology, to markets and energy and resources.

FP Events features both annual marquee events, such as our Global Thinkers Celebration, our Diplomat of the Year Dinner and our biannual PeaceGame events, as well as many other editorial and client-focused custom events.

Our goal at FP Events is to bring something different to our events – valuable insight, analysis and connections that can’t be found anywhere else. Take a look at what we’ve accomplished by visiting our gallery here.

We produce:

  • Large-Scale Forums
  • Exclusive Dinners
  • International Conferences
  • Focused Roundtable Discussions

Sponsorship Benefits

A Consultative, tailored approach: At FP, we focus on developing solutions that will advance our partner’s interests and goals, and for that reason, our event sponsorship packages are uniquely tailored to accomplish exactly that. Elements of these packages might include: invitation-only breakfasts, lunches, or cocktail receptions with key government leaders and stakeholders, special inserts in Foreign Policy magazine, custom polling and research and follow-up white papers.

Building relationships with key stakeholders: We have the capacity and relationships to convene the individuals who matter most. FP Events brings together policymakers, foreign governments, trade organizations, and industry thought leaders in an intimate setting for thoughtful conversations.