Government regulations and scrutiny can directly impact a company’s bottom line. Lobbying remains essential, but alone it is no longer sufficient. Effective advocacy, consistent engagement, and the ability to shape conversations and outcomes require a campaign-style approach.
Successful public affairs programs do not exist in isolation. We work to ensure your public affairs strategy supports your core business objectives and enhances your broader reputation.
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President Trump delivered his second State of the Union speech before both houses of Congress. In a speech that lasted 82 minutes, a subdued President Trump struck a conciliatory tone but held fast to partisan positions on immigration and abortion.
By George Little
06 February 2019
In this issue: - Brexit: With the extension past 29 March confirmed, we look again at the chances of Prime Minister May’s deal passing through the House of Commons. - North Korea: We look at why President Trump and Kim Jong Un’s summit in Hanoi was cut short, plus what we can expect of the negotiations going forward. - ISIS: Victory over what remained of the caliphate in Iraq and Syria has been declared, but is ISIS over?
22 March 2019
There’s more call than ever before for companies to give employees a greater voice in the business. Political parties have made proposals about employee representation for the future, some more radical than others. But there’s also guidance on this topic in the here and now.
By Trelawny Williams
07 March 2019