Online event: How to engage with EU institutions during the election period

Online event: How to engage with EU institutions during the election period

On Tuesday 7 November, Gergely Polner and Christopher Glück, Managing Directors at Forefront Advisers (DeHavilland’s sister company) and Christina Kouremenou, EU Senior Consultant at DeHavilland provided first-hand experience to public affairs professionals on:

  • Working with EU officials during this period
  • Recent staff changes
  • The preparation for the new legislative term
  • The activities in Brussels in the run up to the elections
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