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by GK Strategy 21st June, 2016
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EU Referendum Digest -Only 2 days left

Our latest EU Referendum digest looks at the runners and riders on both sides of the debate; who stood out in the campaign and who faltered. Our in-house experts also look at what the impact is likely to be for various sectors, including manufacturing, health and social care, higher education and skills, and private equity.  A team of award-winning experts in policy and corporate communications, GK Strategy can help you to navigate through Friday’s result to ensure your organisation is in the best position to deal with whatever 24th June has in store. If you want to learn more, contact us at: helen@gkstrategy.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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