This year’s summit will showcase real-world applications of behavioural science that are enabling greater understanding of consumer behaviour and decision making and leading to the development of successful behavioural change initiatives. We are looking for innovative behavioural science projects focused on consumer / customer, employee, and public behaviours and spanning a range of industries across both public and private sectors.

We plan to examine: 

  • real-world applications of behavioural science across research, insight, and analytics which are improving our understanding of behaviours
  • real-world applications of behavioural science across communications, products, services, and experience design which are influencing behaviour
  • experiences and lessons learned of incorporating and implementing behavioural science within organisations
  • organisational barriers and enablers to adopting behavioural science
  • latest innovations and tech in practical behavioural research methods to help us better understand behaviours in the ‘wild’
  • how to responsibly bring together behavioural science, data science and AI
  • different tools, methodologies and measurement techniques

We have just 10 sessions to fill at this hugely popular event. Please let us know if you’d like to be considered for a:

  • CASE STUDY (30mins) – Share your latest research on understanding, measuring and influencing behaviour. Tell us about your research journey, what’s unique about your project and the impact of your insights.
  • NO SLIDES PANEL SESSIONS (30mins) - Convene and lead a panel discussion on the latest innovations and technology in behavioural research methods.
  • IN CONVERSATION WITH… (30mins) – An interview style session for early adopters and practitioners to share their stories, experiences and lessons learned of incorporating and implementing behavioural science within organisations.

A quick note on our selection criteria:

With just 10 sessions available we give priority to client-side presenters / co-presenters, new hot-off-the-press research and projects using pioneering research techniques.

MRS is committed to equal gender representation on the conference platform. MRS is also committed to achieving a target of a minimum of 15% of speakers to come from ethnically diverse backgrounds.

If you have a recent research project that you’d like to showcase or a conference session idea please submit a brief synopsis (approx. 200 words) for consideration by Monday 9th May to conference@mrs.org.uk

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