NO SPIN, NO FUSS.
Just straightforward political and communications consultancy support.
A Public Affairs Agency that delivers results
Brevia Consulting is a public affairs agency that delivers straightforward political and communications support to businesses and charities across the UK and in Brussels.
We provide a full range of services to help our clients understand the political environment in which they operate, formulate the right strategies and effectively engage with stakeholders.
Established in 1999, we have a strong track record of delivering public affairs consulting support to our clients. Our consultants come from across the political spectrum and are experienced in a wide range of sectors including Energy, Healthcare, Transport, Education, Financial Services, Trade Associations, Professional Bodies, Charities, Technology, and Industrials.
We offer a clear, three-step process to deliver results: Intelligence, Strategy and Engagement. The consultancy delivers public affairs programmes in London, Brussels, Edinburgh, Cardiff, and Belfast.
We are experienced in a wide range of sectors.
As COP26 approaches, Brevia will be tracking the latest milestones in the UK’s preparations for the upcoming climate conference. This week’s developments cover the latest funding announcements to support the country’s decarbonisation targets, as well as the launch of the ‘Together for our Plant’ campaign.
As COP26 approaches, Brevia will be tracking the latest milestones in the UK’s preparations for the upcoming climate conference. This week’s developments cover the IEA’s revised global growth forecast for renewables, the COP26 President’s plea to abandon coal, as well as the climate commitments outlined in the Queen’s Speech.
Yesterday, the final Police and Crime Commissioner ballot results from the 6 May 2021 elections were announced. This brought to a conclusion the process started last week to elect 145 English local councils, 13 English mayors and 39 police and crime commissioners in England and Wales. As well as the Welsh Parliament (60 seats), London Assembly (25 seats) and, crucially, the Scottish Parliament (129 seats) and the Hartlepool Westminster by-election. These results will have significant implications for all the major political parties in the UK. This will undoubtedly impact the lobbying strategies of companies seeking to influence the direction of policy in our country.
We are looking for talented members to join our team.