by GK Strategy 9th April, 2021

We’re recruiting!

GK are recruiting and we would be delighted to hear from you about our new roles!

GK Strategy

GK is an independent strategic communications agency. We help high growth and investor backed businesses as well as charities, not-for-profits and brands to understand political risk and influence policy and public affairs with local, regional and national government.

We are looking for talented people to join our award-winning team, advising clients on political risk via our award-winning political, policy and regulatory due diligence team and navigating public affairs, government relations and strategic communications.

We are recruiting roles to join our diligence and strategic communications teams – working with a diverse set of clients across a range of different sectors – but primarily in the healthcare, education, the built environment and heavily regulated sectors – to analyse the regulatory and political environment and drive political and policy change at Westminster and beyond.

Please see more details on the available roles here:



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