I - Professional consultancies/law firms/self-employed consultants
Avenue de Cortenbergh, 100
Ms Annick Boyen
Mr Laurent Chokoualé Datou
chairman EU Public Affairs
Weber Shandwick in Brussels is a leading full-service public relations and public affairs consultancy. The geographical and political nature of this city, situated at Europe’s heart, enables us to support our clients in reaching out to EU institutions, communicating with pan-European stakeholders and supporting Benelux clients.
Weber Shandwick in Brussels brings together experienced consultants from more than 20 countries, a unique diversity in professional capabilities and cultural understanding which sets us apart. Our specialist services include advocacy and public affairs, media relations and analysis, consumer marketing, reputation management and internal communications.
As the European hub for Weber Shandwick’s public affairs, we counsel clients on effective positioning in political debates, as well as communicating messages and policy proposals to the increasingly complex web of decision-makers and stakeholders. Our specialists bring together a combination of strategic advice and issue-specific knowledge with a proven track record in developing effective, no-nonsense campaigns that get results.
Brussels is also a natural command centre for multinationals needing strategic communication and public relations support across Europe. We provide the widest scope of planning, campaign coordination and multi-country implementation in EU markets, bringing support, where required, from across Weber Shandwick’s network of 128 offices in 78 countries.
Weber Shandwick Brussels is a full active member of the EPACA – the European Public Affairs Consultancies’ Association and requests all its consultants to follow EPACA’s transparency code.
Regulation of food for special groups
Packaging waste and circular economy measures
Policy discussions around chronic diseases, sustainability of health systems
Regulation of package travel and passenger rigths
Periodic informal events and pamphlets on e.g. energy union and other EU policy matters: http://webershandwick.be/energy-union/
Regular own publications and events on EU institutional affairs. See for example: http://webershandwick.be/latvian-council-presidency-priorities-memo/
Weber Shandwick Brussels’ Public Affairs’ team supports its clients - corporations, governments, trade associations, coalitions, and non-profit organizations – across all policy areas of relevance with a particular focus on health, environmental, energy, transport, technology, consumer, food, trade and development policy.
Our public affairs services performed include monitoring, policy analysis, strategic advise, campaign development and implementation, event organization, association management, contact programs, media relations, digital communications, and coalition building and management.
All of our consultants working on the public affairs team have more or less regular contact with officials and members of the European institutions in performing their daily tasks.
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AmCham EU, AmCham Belgium, BritCham, EPACA , Friends of Europe, Association Belges des Conseils en Relations Publiques (ABCPR), European Policy Centre
01/2014 - 12/2014
1,500,000 € - 1,999,999 €
>= 1,000,000 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Weber Shandwick has followed a wide interpretation of interest representation activities in determining the overall revenue to be declared in the context of this register, including support activities such as monitoring, intelligence gathering, policy analysis and advice, events organization, etc. if they contributed to enabling the clients to represent their interests effectively vis-à-vis the European institutions.
Not taken into account for this register have been any public affairs activities in support of interest representation vis-à-vis national or non-EU authorities as well as any activities linked to public relation services (e.g. consumer campaigns, product launches, media campaigns, etc.) provided to clients on a European or local (Benelux) level.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.