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

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 make their voice heard in Brussels.

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According to Murri, the key for them is to talk about European issues with national politicians. This involves not giving up, creating an effective strategy and putting more effort into implementing it.

  • Jacques Foul

    Jacques joined FH in 2017 and now works on digital strategy, content production, copywriting and communication counsel for a wide range of clients. He previously worked for a Canadian architecture newswire where he advised on communication and digital activities. He graduated with a Master’s in...

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