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Politics 08-03-2021

Italian government faces criticism for hiring McKinsey over EU funds

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi's government is facing criticism for hiring consulting giant McKinsey to help it rewrite plans for spending the European Union funds aimed at rebuilding the economy.
Economy & Jobs 25-05-2018

Seize the challenge of Big Data and AI, says Tata boss

Europe is ahead in the digital game, says Tata's Consultancy Services COO. But businesses and governments will need to utilise Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to improve services and the quality of life of customers.
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Politics 17-03-2014

Kellen and AGEP join forces

Kellen Europe and AGEP, the two leading Brussels’ based Association Management Companies, today announced that they have joined forces.
Future EU 22-06-2011

How the EU institutions work and how to work with the EU institutions

It is more necessary than ever for private and public organisations to understand how to work with European institutions, argues Alan Hardacre. Though EU policymaking can be complex and difficult, he says that preaching this understanding need not be the monopoly of professional lobbies and consultancies.
Public Affairs 16-11-2007

Interview: Lobby group calls for single EU public affairs register

Anti-Fraud Commissioner Siim Kallas's proposed public affairs register should be mandatory and applicable to both the Commission and the Parliament, the chairman of the European Public Affairs Consultancies' Association (EPACA), José Lalloum, told EURACTIV in an interview.

Consultancies ‘more interested in billable hours’ than expertise

Consultancy firms are more concerned with billing hours to their clients than developing expertise within their own teams, according to research by the BI Norwegian School of Management.