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  • #FHYearofChange: Big tech is in trouble in Brussels. Does that mean they should give up?

    October 15, 2018

    Big tech is in trouble in Brussels. There's an increasing number of discussions in tech on Artificial intelligence (AI), data protection and blockchain (to name a few) in the Brussels bubble. Tech giants have already seen the effects of regulations around data access, ownership and liability. FleishmanHillard Advisory Board Member Claudio Murri talks about the need for companies to seize opportunities in their industry before 2019. For him, they should proactively build relationships if they want to...

  • European Elections 2019: What can we learn from the past?

    October 8, 2018

    As Europe looks towards the 2019 European elections, FleishmanHillard has analysed what we can learn from the past. The upcoming European elections will be part of a broader year of change which will see a new Commissions President, a new Commission and a new Council President by the end of the year. The European Parliament (EP) has evolved over the last two mandates. We notice an increasingly fractured centre and a shift towards more right...

  • #FHYearOfChange: What are European politics going to look like in 2019?

    July 9, 2018

    2019 represents the “Year of Change” for the European Union (a new European Parliament, a new political leadership for the European Commission, and the formal departure of the UK as a member of the EU). With the European elections coming up in 2019, FleishmanHillard Advisory Board Member, Chris Davies, encourages businesses to prepare now for the upcoming changes in the EU. Businesses are already spending a lot of money on analyses and studies to try...

  • Countdown to the 2019 European elections – the outlook so far

    June 5, 2018

    The next European elections are set to take place in just under twelve months’ time. Currently, the EU is having to prove its value to many of its members and assert its importance to its neighbours. The European project always seems to feel under threat to some extent and probably more so now than ever. Therefore, we need to ask ourselves what this uncertainty means for citizens, businesses and clients and how will it be represented...

  • Roundtable: “the Governance of the Energy Union: Giving industry the certainty to invest?”

    September 18, 2017

    On 3 October 2017, FleishmanHillard is organising the first roundtable "Energise Europe" cycle. This edition will be dedicated to "The Governance of the Energy Union: Giving industry the certainty to invest?".  In some ways the most important aspect of the Clean Energy for all Package is the proposed Governance mechanism, where the European Commission has proposed a new regulatory framework, which will seek to ensure that Member States deliver the five pillars of the Energy Union: renewable...

  • FleishmanHillard launches “Energise Europe: looking forward” – a cycle of roundtables

    September 18, 2017

    The Energy team of FleishmanHillard in Brussels is proud to launch "Energise Europe", a series of lunchtime roundtables. These roundtables will be a chance to share lunch and have a direct exchange with top-notch speakers. Policy makers or industry representatives will discuss the course and future of the Energy Union, energy and climate policies in the EU. Current debates or prospective questions, "Energise Europe" will be the perfect time and place for privileged discussions! The first edition will take place on 3 October 2017 and will...

  • Your 2017 Transport timeline

    January 25, 2017

    2017 will be the “year of delivery” for EU transport policy. In the coming months, the Commission will finalise and present proposals impacting all transport modes, while the Parliament and the Council will work towards agreements on key files, such as type approval and market surveillance or the review of the EASA Basic Regulation. 2017 will also be the “year of ambition” in order to plan Europe’s transition to a decarbonised transport system. From fuel...