Companies operate in a political and regulatory environment. The de facto agency maintains a dialogue with the local environment and advises its clients in political decision-making processes.
The de facto communications agency offers expertise in public affairs and external relations:
- Strategy for political campaigns, votes, elections, etc.
- Handling of relations with the authorities and the administration
- Business advocacy
- Writing policy briefs
- Legislative follow-up
Image and reputation damage is the number one concern for a company and can cost millions. For this reason, it is vital to prepare in advance to manage and communicate around the crisis.