“This budget takes forward our plan to prepare Britain for a brighter future.” – Philip Hammond, 8 March 2017
Hume Brophy has strengthened its senior team in the UK, with the appointment of Pete Murray as Director of Corporate Affairs.
If there’s one term that encapsulates the world of technology in 2016, apart from perhaps ‘cyber security’, it has to be ‘digital transformation’. Nearly every technology company is talking about it – and it’s affecting organisations of all sizes in all industries.
Few events cover such a wide canvass as Web Summit. A technology event primarily, Web Summit 2016 also rolled out the Lisbon red carpet for Joseph Gordon Levitt, Jose Manual Barroso, Tinie Tempah and Luis Figo among other figures from the worlds of film, politics, music and sport respectively. It also put out the welcome signs to over 2,000 technology start-ups who are the real backbone of the event.
US President, Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential campaign was a watershed moment for the use of social and digital media in politics, in particular in campaigning.
Hume Brophy’s UK Public Affairs division has been shortlisted for two prestigious industry awards awards. The London-based practice has been nominated as Consultancy of the Year while PA Director Chris Martin has been nominated as Consultant of the Year in this year’s Public Affairs Awards.