What Brexit can mean for you and your organisation
The impact of Brexit, the uncertainty around healthcare provisions in the UK, the regulation of the European Life Science Sectors, as well as the political institutions in the EU and UK represent huge challenges for business and non-profit in the months and years to come.
With the UK leaving the European Union, the UK must not only re-define its relationship with the EU, many existing legislations in the UK will have to be revised and updated. This creates great uncertainty regarding the continuation of existing rules, but also political opportunities to shape future legislation. Patient organisations, professional associations, researchers and industry active in the EU or UK must understand these changes, respond to potential threats and harness upcoming opportunities.
RPP is your partner in understanding and responding to Brexit. We are the largest independent healthcare consultancy for advocacy in Brussels and Europe. RPP has a strong presence in the most important European Member States and a proven track record in promoting health and science policy in the EU and UK. If you are concerned how Brexit can affect you and need an interpreter between your organisation’s needs and the politics that affect them, then consider how RPP can support you.
What RPP can offer you
On the ground updates on Brexit newsWith our main office in Brussels and an office in London our staff are a regular sight in the corridors of the European institutions and the halls of Westminster. We can provide you with fast information that can affect your organisation.
Analysis of what Brexit means for youOur specialised team can readily assess what Brexit could mean for your organisation and what steps you may need to take. RPP’s most senior staff can provide you with strategical advice to identify political opportunities provided by Brexit.
Give you a presence in London, Brussels and other major capitalsWith a strong track record for translating the organisations’ needs into policy action, RPP will work with you to ensure your voice is heard in policy and your interests represented. We can help you to develop policy goals based on our organisation’s objectives and implement advocacy programmes using the latest political, visual communication and digital campaigning tools at our disposal.
Overview RPP Service Offerings
RPP responds to each client individually. We have a wide array of expertise for different actors in healthcare. Please consider which offer is most appropriate for your needs. For more information or a detailed proposal, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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