Welcome to The Debate, the new online home for Weber Shandwick Public Affairs.
Welcome to The Debate, the new online home for Weber Shandwick Public Affairs, bringing you opinion, insights and analysis, as we head towards what promises to be the closest General Election in a generation.
As well as contributions from our own consultants, we’ll be hearing from experts across politics, business and communications as they share their perspectives on campaigning, policy and the latest trends. The Debate is there to make sense of the profound changes that look set to reshape Britain in the coming weeks and months, and to reflect on how these will have an impact on you and your organisation.
As part of this, Weber Shandwick is delighted to be working in association with Research Now on the production of original research and analysis of the 2015 General Election. Watch this space for more to follow.
We’ll also be taking a more light-hearted look at the world of politics, keeping an eye on the rising stars and the fading lights. We will find and share the most engaging content, and consider where the parties are successfully connecting with voters, and where they are turning them off politics.
Let us know what you think – what are people saying, what’s happening on the campaign trail and what can we expect come May 7th. If you have something you want to share, or if you are interested in writing a guest post, tweet us @ws_london.
Chairman, Corporate, Financial and Public Affairs, Weber Shandwick