Whitehouse shortlisted for major EU public affairs industry award

By Chris Rogers October 25, 2016 4:57 pm

The Whitehouse Consultancy has been named as a finalist in the ‘Consultancy Campaign of the Year’ category at this year’s inaugural European Public Affairs Awards.

The Whitehouse team has been recognised for its work supporting the public affairs activity of pan-European trade association the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance, for which it has engaged with a major EU Commission report that could have fundamentally changed the sports nutrition industry.

The winners of the awards will be revealed at a gala event in Brussels, taking place on 16 November. Whitehouse has been a finalist in the ‘European Consultancy Campaign of the Year’ category of the Public Affairs Awards, the EU events sister function, for the past two years.

Helen Munro, Managing Director of The Whitehouse Consultancy, said:

“We’re obviously delighted to be shortlisted. It is not only a reflection of the hard work, dedication and expertise of our EU team, but also a recognition of how they’ve ensured one of our clients has realised their goals and overcome potentially critical business challenges.

“We very much look forward to the awards on 16 November.”

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