Whitehouse Communications and Policy Impact Partners announce long term collaboration on digital policy issues

Today, Whitehouse Communications and Policy Impact Partners (PIP), a global consultancy focused on digital connectivity policy, announced a new agreement to collaborate on digital policy issues in the EU and beyond.

The combination of PIP’s network of experts based in the Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and Middle East and their deep technology expertise with Whitehouse’s experienced political consultants and media experts and their Brussels know-how, will allow them to offer their respective clients a full suite of services on digital policy issues.

Herman Schepers, founding director of Policy Impact Partners, said “We have already been successfully working together to provide insights and advocacy support to a number of PIP clients on issues relating to spectrum for satellites and Wi-Fi and it made sense to formalise the collaboration. There is an obvious synergy between our detailed global regulatory expertise and Whitehouse’s long experience in public affairs and media. I’m particularly pleased to be working again with Whitehouse’s Andy Tarrant, Director of EU Affairs and Public Policy, based in their Brussels office, with whom I’ve worked on different telecommunications projects for more than twenty years”.

Chris Whitehouse, founding director of Whitehouse Communications said “We really enjoy working with Policy Impact Partners and it has given us the opportunity to widen still further our experience on cutting edge technology issues.”


Political consultancy

The Whitehouse team are expert political consultants providing public relations and public affairs advice and political analysis to a wide range of clients, not only in the United Kingdom, but also across the member states of the European Union and beyond. For more information, please contact our Chair, Chris Whitehouse, at chris.whitehouse@whitehousecomms.com.


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