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by GK Strategy 26th October, 2018
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GK Strategy shortlisted for Consultancy of the Year

We are very proud to announce we have been shortlisted for consultancy of the year at the PRCA Public Affairs Awards, an award we previously won in 2015. The PRCA Public Affairs Awards celebrate the very best of the UK public affairs industry. The awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 29th November. When receiving the news our CEO Robin Grainger said…

“Among a very strong field, it is fantastic to be shortlisted for Consultancy of the Year at the PRCA Public Affairs Awards. The last year has seen us work with new and interesting clients, grow new service areas and take on truly exceptional staff.“As the UK enters unchartered territory, this has created a raft of challenges and opportunities for businesses and organisations. In this tough policy making environment, it has forced us to think creatively about how we support our clients to engage, communicate and influence Government.

“From our most junior account executives to our senior management and advisers, I am incredibly proud of the whole team.”

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