Posts for Global

Interel and AMG Join Forces

Tuesday, 07th February 2017

Interel, the global public affairs consultancy, today announced that Washington DC based firm AMG, has joined its Group. Together both companies will generate  €25 million (EUR) ($27 million (USD)) in annual revenues and employ more than 200 consultants, staff and advisors. Read more...

Interel Global End of Year Quiz

Wednesday, 21st December 2016

2016 has been quite a year in global politics, from Brexit to Trump find out if you've been able to keep on top of events with our end of year quiz. Read more...

Reimagining Issues Management for Today’s World

Wednesday, 30th November 2016

Issues management (IM) is not a new corporate discipline, but it is often misunderstood or misapplied when needed most. Crises – whether they be reputational or regulatory - inevitably result from issues that go unmanaged and not kept in check, resulting in loss of business and often, share value. Read more...

Interel Expands Presence in South America

Tuesday, 04th October 2016

Interel, the global public affairs consultancy, has expanded its presence in South America forming partnerships with best-in-class communications and public affairs firms in Argentina (Identia), Brazil (Imagem Corporativa), Chile (Extend), Colombia (Dattis) and Peru (Concertum and CSR Consulting) Read more...

What price a lack of engagement?

Tuesday, 27th September 2016

This week, I’ve been reading McKinsey’s report on ‘How to reinvent the external affairs function’, in which the consultancy quantifies the value of external engagement to business and looks at the impact it has on the bottom line.
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Australia’s Federal Election – The Marathon Just Went into Overtime

Monday, 04th July 2016

After a marathon eight week election campaign, the question of who will form the next government remains unanswered, with the Federal Election result too close to call. Results will trickle in over the course of this week, with both main parties hoping to avoid a hung parliament and secure a majority, avoiding a second general election. Read more...