Let us guide you
Direct engagement with decision-makers or a policy process is often the only way to achieve the right outcome for your business. However, timing and campaign detail are crucial – we work with you to get this right.
We understand the importance of a focused approach. From the earliest stage, our experts work alongside your teams to guide them from campaign conception to achieving your desired outcome, without expensing your political capital; any advocacy campaign should always secure more influence than the business had at the outset.
To do this we recruit and nurture ‘champions’ among your stakeholders and the organisations you wish to influence. We help to build the evidence to show that saying ‘yes’ to your business will result in a win-win, with the economy benefitting from greater innovation and competition.
And our unique expertise knows no borders. We can work simultaneously across continents to drive globally harmonised outcomes, whether through campaigns across multilateral organisations or by helping clients to implement a multi-regional, go-to-market strategy where regulatory change or forbearance is key to success.
Our commitment to fair tech drives the success of our advocacy. We help to create access to innovative technologies for citizens and ensure regulators and policy-makers have the information they need to be comfortable allowing innovation into their market.
We achieve this by:
- Designing bespoke client campaigns
- Leveraging our ability to predict decisions in national, regional and multilateral settings
- Harnessing our relationships with policy-makers and regulators across the world
The most important thing for me is that they have the competence, followed by their contacts with policy makers.Chief Legal Officer, Major Satellite Operator
Articulated and implemented World Radiocommunication Conference 2019 (WRC-19) engagement strategy that entails building champions and political capital for client’s service internationally; preparation of lobbying collateral to help neutralise opposition; and development of radio compatibility analysis with incumbent services
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