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Established in 2004, Rowan Public Affairs helps businesses and organisations in the South West who need to work with government be more effective.

Our highly experienced directors, who have worked with some clients for over 20 years, explain complex commercial and social issues to the political world, industry and the public. We also influence decision-making on new legislation, regulation and market development. As Devon and Cornwall’s only registered political consultants, our local knowledge makes us the best placed to do this for businesses in the region.

Find out more about our people and standards, the lobbying, public relations, strategy consulting and marketing communications services we provide, and then get in touch to talk about how we can help your organisation set the agenda.

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The complexities of lobbying are understandably tricky to get to grips with for anyone not used to dealing with government departments and processes. If you have questions about any aspect of lobbying, or our role as lobbyists, please do get in touch for an informal, no-obligation chat.

Latest Briefings

What Happens When It’s Over

Chris Hodder looks at some of the issues that might be created once the Treasury turn off the Coronavirus support taps. A few months ago, the government were considering whether to wind-up the British Business Bank. It had been created to get overcautious banks lending to businesses during the credit ...

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COVID-19 is a Double Disaster

Chris Hodder has a quick look at the problems facing the country related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst COVID-19 is self-evidently a health crisis requiring draconian measures to keep everyone safe, those measures are also having a dramatic effect on the economy. Government support so far seems to be focussed ...

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It’s the Bond Markets, Stupid

Chris Hodder has a quick look at the political balancing act the Chancellor must undertake at this budget. The Budget is a great piece of political theatre. The Chancellor of the Exchequer stands up in front a packed House of Commons and strides the two or three steps to the ...

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