we connect
people to politics

We are an award winning independent political communications agency.

A new Parliament and new Conservative Government presents many opportunities as well as potential threats. Our experience of working with Conservative administrations means that no-one is better placed than Connect to help you understand what is going on, build influence, connect with decision-makers, and achieve success. Our consultants provide expertise, honesty, and are passionate about politics.

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why connect?

Connect approaches political communications in an open, honest and collaborative way. Our clients stay with us because we go the extra mile. Our enthusiasm and creativity never dampens our professionalism. We achieve results and maintain our ethical approach.

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Events

LowCVP Annual Conference 2015

24 June 2015

Timed to take place in the week leading up to Britain’s first FIA Formula E electric car race – to be held in London’s Battersea Park – this year’s event will focus on future fuels for transport and the infrastructure required to support them, particularly in the city environment.

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Training

Delivering public affairs in the new parliament

4 June 2015

This unique skills-based session is aimed at public affairs professionals at all levels as well as those responsible for supporting public affairs, communications and marketing for clients working with political stakeholders and who need up-to-the-minute intelligence on what the likely outcomes of the General Election will mean.

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Blog

Connect’s 2015 Queen’s Speech Briefing

22 May 2015

The 2015 Queen’s Speech and State Opening of Parliament will take place on Wednesday 27 May 2015. It is David Cameron’s fifth Queen’s Speech as Prime Minister but the first wholly Conservative Queen’s Speech since John Major’s final Parliament as Prime Minister in October 1996. Connect’s Queen’s Speech Briefing sets out some of the Bills that could be included as well as any potential barriers to their becoming law. Read more