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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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Water Innovation Reception 2015

25 November 2015

Join us at the Water Innovation Reception to find out about the latest innovations in the water sector and the work of UK companies developing new technologies for the UK and overseas water markets.

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What does the SNP mean for Westminster and UK politics? – How to lobby and influence the SNP in Westminster (October)

22 October 2015

What does the arrival of 56 SNP MPs in Westminster really mean for you? Now the third largest political party how will the SNP work in practice and how much influence will they really have?

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Connect’s round-up of the 2015 Party Conferences

8 October 2015

Over the past three weeks the Connect team have been in Bournemouth, Brighton and Manchester attending the first party conferences after the 2015 General Election. Our Conference Round-up reviews the conferences, gives our take on the mood, a review of the Leader’s Speeches, and a light-hearted look at the conference fringe. We have also included a summary of the party policies and key announcements, which should be a useful resource as you think about how to engage with the parties in the months and years ahead. Read more