Tech and digital

Political intelligence for public affairs and government relations in the tech and digital sectors

Next gen politics

Keeping pace with the latest tech

In the digital age, policy must play catch up as technological advancement increases exponentially. While policymakers grapple with how to regulate social media and Artificial Intelligence, society is already embedding AI applications and a myriad of digital services into daily life. DeHavilland’s technology clients not only understand the political landscape today, but can avoid risk by understanding how it is likely to shift and change in future. 

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DeHavilland political intelligence for tech and digital

Monitor in real-time

Whether your business will be impacted by the Artificial Intelligence Act, Digital Markets Act, Digital Services Act, Data Act, Cyber Resilience Act, GDPR developments, you need to know what is happening as it happens. 

DeHavilland’s political monitoring provides real-time coverage of the latest developments, while our in-house policy team keeps you updated with the changes that will impact you. 

See the big picture and the detail

The technology world is broad and complex. To understand its political risks and opportunities, you need to know what is happening across the whole tech landscape alongside the issues closer to home. 

DeHavilland provides regular updates across the full sector, from the Digital daily roundup to the specific reports on certain areas, for instance Member State reports in this area. Our in-house experts also work alongside you to understand your aims and objectives and provide the important detail you cannot afford to miss. 

Engage your next stakeholders

The next European elections are set for 2024 and, no matter what the outcome, the approach of upcoming European Commission is likely to change – namely from a phase of creating policy to a phase of implementing it. Now is the time to identify and engage the stakeholders who will hold influence in future, whether they have been elected yet or not. 

DeHavilland PeoplePoint lists thousands political contacts – from current MEPs to prospective parliamentary candidates, and Council and Commission staff. While our in-house analysts can support you with stakeholder maps, our AI tools can save you hours of time with outreach.

Start horizon scanning

Are you ready for the change in the next European Commission college? What about the Commission President to be elected be more dependent on the right-wing? What if they need to collaborate with more left-wing parties? Whatever the outcome of the election, you need to know what each party’s policy and position is on the issues affecting you. 

DeHavilland’s horizon scanning tools can help you prepare for the potential of each party’s impact on your business as well as the future of the EU digital policy. 

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Hattie Ireland

Hattie has been at DeHavilland for three years working across the policy and content team, and now leads our infrastructure policy team, specialising in transport policy.

She enjoys being able to work with a range of clients at the forefront of the issues of today, from recovering from the pandemic to efforts to decarbonise the sector.

Before joining DeHavilland, she graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a first class degree in History and Politics where she also spent a year abroad in Washington D.C.

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Michael Cameron – Policy Consultant

Michael joined DeHavilland in August 2022 having previously read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Keble College, Oxford.

He looks after the housing, construction, and local government portfolio, within the wider infrastructure team. Within the housing sector, he particularly enjoys watching the ongoing debate about how and where the UK can build more homes.