Brevia Technology has provided support to a wide range of organisations operating in the technology sector. We have delivered support in the following areas: mobile and fixed telecoms, broadband, mobile handsets, software, firewalls, comparison sites, video games, big data, and IT healthcare applications. Our consultants provide straightforward political and communications support to innovative start-ups through to global leaders.
The UK is a world leader in technology and the Government is keen to build this capability in partnership with industry. Brevia helps clients work effectively with Government to secure the best outcomes.
We draw on deep sector knowledge to help our clients map, navigate and shape complex regulatory environments. Brevia also works in partnership with companies to secure contracts in the public sector.
We have delivered results for clients across the sector from mobile and fixed telecoms, to video games and big data. Our experience has convinced us about the scale of the opportunity that exists in the UK for technology companies that engage strategically and professionally with Government.
Some of the most dramatic effects of the Covid-19 outbreak and the response measures it demands have been on modes of transport. Airlines have been grounded, discretionary domestic travel is discouraged and the use of public transport is advised against. Instead, the Government has promoted cycling and walking as a form of safe, socially distanced travel. With the consequences of the virus expected to persist for a ‘long period of time’ transport policy is shifting to keep people moving.
It has been announced that Jacobs, a Dallas headquartered energy consulting, engineering and construction services firm, has been awarded several contracts with an estimated combined value of $25 million. The contracts were awarded by Fusion for Energy (F4E), the ITER Organization and the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) in order to support leading-edge research in fusion energy.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, EDF Energy has introduced a series of measures to ensure its employees are protected against the virus. Not only has it significantly reduced activity on its Hinkley Point C site from 4,000 to 2,000 workers, but it has also instituted extra cleaning, working from home, banning visitors, temperature checks, and bringing in more buses to allow workers to stay apart.
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Brevia delivers tailored support to businesses operating in the technology sector. Our three-step process offers a straightforward approach to delivering crucial intelligence, strategic advice and stakeholder engagement.