Posts for Global Affairs

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...

SPIEF – the Russian Davos

Friday, 01st July 2016

St Petersburg's 'Summer Davos' is Russia's annual economic event for the global business community to come together to discuss investment opportunities and negotiate deals. Interel's partner, Kesarev participated in the Summit, with our Washington and global practice lead, Jason Jarrell. Deals, sanctions, China and Iran were all on the agenda. Read on for full details and our public affairs takeaways. Read more...

10 ideas for innovation in public affairs – fresh from Berlin

Wednesday, 01st June 2016

I recently attended the In2Innovation summit in Berlin, organised by Paul Holmes, one of the best-known advocates for the public relations and public affairs industry. The focus was more on PR than PA, but the cross over between the two disciplines is becoming increasingly marked, as we both focus more and more on influencers and engagers rather than consumers.

The U.S. 2016 Presidential Elections: A look ahead from Washington

Tuesday, 17th November 2015

The U.S. Presidential elections are a year away, but already it has been a noisy summer of political campaigning. Jason Jarrell, Director of Interel's Global Public Affairs practice, sat down with The Honorable Richard Pombo, former U.S. Congressman and principal of the Washington government relations firm Gavel Resources, to make sense of the current state of the U.S. elections as well as what it means for public affairs in Washington. Read more...

SNP Conference: Taking Aim at the Tories

Friday, 16th October 2015

While some might grimace at mention of the SNP, it is difficult to avoid marvelling at their successes in the last 12 months. Leader of the party and First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, kicked off the SNP Conference this morning with an ambitious and positive speech. It called on the party to continue promoting their achievements in order to maintain the momentum in their successes. Read more...

Conservative party conference: a tale of two Tories

Monday, 05th October 2015

Conservative party members and activists will be dusting off their blue ties for conference this weekend. With the Tories securing a majority in the Commons for the first time since 1992, conference is sure to be surrounded by an air of jubilation. David Cameron’s well-oiled PR machine will be in full throttle and he will be hoping this conference is a stage-managed exercise in demonstrating the Government’s successes to party members and the general public. Read more...