Saagar Dattani
Account Manager

Saagar joined Whitehouse as a Consultant in August 2019, where he provides clients in the energy, environment and healthcare sector with political research, market insights and strategic advice.

He previously spent three years supporting clients with government affairs, reputational management, market access, media relations and stakeholder engagement issues. He worked on projects in London and Brussels – helping clients to forge relationships with local, national and international stakeholders to deliver their core messages and shape the direction of policy.

Prior to working in public affairs, Saagar has worked as an Economic Researcher at a centre-right think tank, Equity Markets Analyst at an investment boutique, and Research Executive at a local authority treasury management consultancy.

Saagar graduated with a bachelor’s in Economics from Brunel University and a master’s in European Public Policy from University College London. Outside of work, Saagar enjoys martial arts, running and the occasional pub lunch with friends and family.

Blog posts by Saagar Dattani

Brexit 5: Brexit is Coming

January 24, 2020 5:45 pm
By Saagar Dattani

WHAM, BAM, WAB After three and half years of parliamentary gridlock, multiple resignations, sackings, the beginning and end of Change...

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