During the course of the year, entities here below have received new staff; some existing ones have been promoted while others have voluntarily left and others retired.

  1. #SustainablePublicAffairs.
  2. 365 Sherpas Brussels office
  3. ABB
  4. Access Now
  5. Access Partnership
  6. Acumen
  7. Affordable Medicines Europe
  8. Ageas, International insurance group  
  9. Air Liquide
  10. Airbus
  11. Akamai Technologies
  12. Allied for Startups
  13. AmCham EU
  14. AmChams in Europe network.
  15. American Chamber of Commerce in Germany
  16. APCO Worldwide (Milan, Worldwide International Advisory Council (IAC), Brussels office, London office)
  17. Apple Brussels Office
  18. Aspen Institute Germany in Berlin
  19. Assembly of European Regions
  20. Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME)
  21. Association of Commercial Television in Europe
  22. Association of Mutual Insurers and Insurance Cooperatives in Europe (AMICE)
  23. Association of the European Heating Industry
  24. Avisa Partners
  25. AWO, data rights agency with offices in London, Paris and Brussels.
  26. BASF group in Brussels
  27. Bayer Brussels
  28. BCW (Burson Cohn & Wolf) Brussels
  29. BDI (Federation of German Industries)
  30. Berlin Global Advisors
  31. Bertelsmann’s Brussels liaison office
  32. BEUC The European Consumer Organization
  33. Biogen
  34. Bird
  35. BlackBerry
  36. Bloomberg
  37. Bluetown
  38. Boldt (Helsinki, Zurich, London)
  39. in Amsterdam
  40. British Agriculture Bureau (BAB) in Brussels
  41. Brussels Airlines
  42. Bump, a creative agency specializing in creating “experiences” such as escape rooms.
  43. Bundesverband deutscher Banken (Association of German Banks)
  44. BusinessEurope
  45. BuzzFeed
  46. Caobisco the European chocolate, biscuits and confectionery industry association
  47. Carnegie Europe
  48. Ceemet, the European tech and industry employers’ association
  49. Cefic Petrochemicals Europe
  50. CEMA European Agricultural Machinery
  51. Center for European Policy Analysis
  52. Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) think tank
  53. ChargeUp Europe
  54. CISAC, the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers.
  55. Cisco
  56. ClimateVoice
  57. Coca-Cola in Central and Eastern Europe.
  58. Cocir, the European Coordination Committee of the Radiological, Electromedical and Healthcare IT Industry
  59. Cogen Europe, the European Association for the Promotion of Cogeneration
  60. Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER)
  61. Consultancy Fourtold
  62. Cooley Law Firm
  63. Copa, Committee of Professional Agricultural Organisations
  64. Cosmetics Europe
  65. Covington & Burling Brussels
  66. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA)
  67. DATEV
  68. De Nederlandsche Bank
  69. Delivery Hero, German platform
  70. Deutsche Bank
  71. DigitalEurope
  72. DLA Piper Government Affairs
  73. Dober Partners.
  74. Dow Brussels Office
  75. Dr2 Consultants.
  76. eBay
  77. eBrains
  78. Ecommerce Europe
  79. Edelman UK 
  80. EIT Digital, European digital innovation and entrepreneurial education organisation 
  81. Energy Cities, the European association of cities in energy transition
  82. Energy Efficient Mortgages Initiative.
  83. Eni’s EU representative office
  84. EPPA
  85. ePURE, the European renewable ethanol association
  86. EU climate innovation initiative EIT Climate-KIC
  87. EU Disinfo Lab
  88. EUFORES, the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources
  89. Eurasia Group in London
  90. Eurelectric
  91. Eurochambres
  92. Eurocities.
  93. Eurofound
  94. EuroGeographics
  95. EuroISPA,  pan European association of European Internet Services Providers Associations (ISPAs)
  96. Eurometaux.
  97. Europa Insights
  98. EuropaBio, the European Association for Bioindustries
  99. European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA)
  100. European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA)
  101. European Association of Cooperative Banks
  102. European Association of Hospital Pharmacists
  103. European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA)
  104. European Banking Federation
  105. European Biodiesel Board (EBB)
  106. European Bioplastics.
  107. European Breakfast Cereals Association (CEEREAL)
  108. European Broadcasting Union (EBU) Brussels office
  109. European Container Glass Federation (FEVE)
  110. European Cyclists’ Federation’s
  111. European Dairy Association (EDA)
  112. European Digital Rights (EDRi) Brussels office
  113. European Enterprise Alliance.
  114. European Federation of Bottled Waters 
  115. European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA)
  116. European Forum Alpbach
  117. European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA)
  118. European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE)
  119. European Jewish Congress (EJC)
  120. European Milk Board 
  121. European Plastics Converters
  122. European Policy Centre’s Strategic Council
  123. European Potato Trade Association
  124. European Savings and Retail Banking Group (WSBI-ESBG)
  125. European Snacks Association (ESA)
  126. European University Institute’s first European Investment Bank (EIB)
  127. European Whey Processors Association (EWPA)
  128. European Woodworking and Sawmill industries
  129. Europen  the European Organization for Packaging and Environment
  130. Euros / Agency  Paris, Brussels
  131. Eurosif sustainable investment association  
  132. Eurosmart association for manufacturers in the security industry supply chain
  133. Facebook
  134. Federation of European Publishers
  135. Federation of Waste Management and Environmental Services (FEAD)
  136. Finance Watch
  137. Financial Conduct Authority’s international department
  138. Fipra
  139. FleishmanHillard Fishburn
  140. Flint Europe Brussels
  141. Flint Global
  142. French Federation of Telecom
  143. French Region Grand Est
  144. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  145. Friends of Europe think tank
  146. FTI Consulting
  147. FTTH Council Europe, industry organisation with a mission to accelerate ubiquitous fibre-based connectivity empowering a leading Digital Society throughout Europe.
  148. German Marshall Fund’s Brussels office as a joint GMF-Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE)
  149. German Medical Association’s Brussels office.
  150. German Property Federation (ZIA) EU Office
  151. German Savings Banks and Giro Association (DSGV) to the European Union.
  152. Global civil society coalition to promote the implementation and monitoring of the U.N. Convention against Corruption.
  153. Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime
  154. Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, an independent organization set up by Facebook, Google and others to combat online extremist content
  155. Globsec think tank in Brussels
  156. Google in Brussels
  157. GPLUS has officially become Portland
  158. Grayling
  159. GSMA Mobile communications trade association GSMA
  160. Hanover
  161. Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Brussels Office, German green political foundation
  162. Hering Schuppener Consulting  
  163. Highview Power
  164. Hill + Knowlton Strategies
  165. Hotrec, Association of hotels, restaurants and cafés in Europe
  166. Huawei
  167. Hume Brophy in Brussels
  168. IBM’s EU team
  169. IFPMA, International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations
  170. Infineon Technologies
  171. Inline Policy in Brussels
  172. Interel Group
  173. International Association of Oil & Gas Producers
  174. ISFE Esports.
  175. ISFE, Europe’s video games industry
  176. Johnson Controls
  177. Jones Day’s Antitrust & Competition Law Practice
  178. K&L Gates LLP
  179. Kesarev.
  180. Kreab Worldwide
  181. Liberty Global
  182. Lysios Public Affairs consultancy Brussels.
  183. McLarty Associates’ Brussels office
  184. Microsoft
  185. Mighty Earth, an NGO campaigning to protect rainforests and make agriculture sustainable.
  186. Miltton Europe the leading consultancy companies in the Nordic region
  187. Morris & Chapman
  188. Nemec+Chvatal
  189. Ogilvy EMEA
  190. Ogilvy Social.Lab
  191. Onfido
  192. Open Society European Policy Institute
  193. Orange
  194. Orano
  195. Oxfam’s EU office
  196. PepsiCo EU public affairs team
  197. Philip Morris International  
  198. Pinnacle Public Affairs  
  199. PlasticsEurope
  200. Prime PR Agency, part of the global network Weber Shandwick.
  201. Qualcomm
  202. Red Flag Consulting
  203. Responsible Business Alliance (RBA)’s new permanent office in Brussels.
  204. Rise
  205. Royal Philips
  206. Rtesian Resources
  207. Rud Pedersen Public Affairs (Berlin, Brussels)
  208. Sard Verbinnen & Co (SVC)  U.K. public affairs practice
  209. Seawind Ocean Technology
  210. Seldia, the European Direct Selling Association
  211. Smarten
  212. Smiths Group plc
  213. Society of European Affairs Professional (SEAP)
  214. Software AG
  215. SolarPower Europe
  216. spiritsEUROPE
  217. Steps for Europe (S4E) to reinforce the European Public Sphere and promote the values of the EU.
  218. Swiss
  219. Syndicat des éditeurs de logiciels de loisirs (SELL)
  220. Syngenta Group, a holding company which represents the consolidated agricultural assets of ChemChina and Sinochem.
  221. techUK
  222. Teneo Brussels
  223. The Costa Group
  224. The Software Alliance/BSA in Brussels .
  225. TheCityUK .
  226. TikTok’s European team
  227. Transparency International EU
  228. Twitter
  229. Uber
  230. UPS
  231. VDA, Verband der Automobindustrie
  232. VDMA, mechanical engineering industry association of Germany
  233. Velux  EU representative Office in Brussels.
  234. Viatris
  235. Vinted , Re-sale clothing platform
  236. VMware
  237. Vodafone Group
  238. Vulcan Consulting Brussels and Dublin
  239. Wolt, a food delivery company mainly active in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe.
  240. World Savings and Retail Banking Institute
  241. WSBI-ESBG, the World Savings and Retail Banking Institute-The European Savings and Retail Banking Group
  242. Zoom Video Communications 

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