When laws and/or policies are made there are many opportunities for businesses and individuals to get involved. We can help you meet with key influencers, navigate formal consultations and use digital tools to raise awareness of your position.
We can bring together people from different backgrounds to focus on one outcome, drawing on our Consultants’ experience as a key figure in the cross-party Vote Leave campaign. We are masters of digital tools that enable effective campaign mobilisation. We can manage long-term industry associations or single-issue alliances.
When you are running a campaign for any type of change you need to have a clear strategy, which now needs to put digital at its heart. We offer a robust sounding board, as well as expert advice and tips to help you develop the best strategy possible.
MEET THE TEAM
Mike has been active in British politics for over 15 years, always with a strong interest in technology. This led to him helping to set up Britiain’s first internet-based current affairs streaming TV station in 2006, called 18 Doughty Street. The project led to his nomination for an award from The New Statesman magazine in 2007, and the Chairman of the Conservative Party branding him a ‘tech genius’. Mike went on to set up and initially manage the first Facebook presence for David Cameron whilst he was leader of HM Opposition.
Sam brings a wealth of digital experience to MRC, having been hugely successful in the running of UKIP’s digital presence prior to 2016. In this role he mastermined the revival of the party’s online donation base, before becoming a part of the Vote Leave team that won the EU Referendum in 2016. Sam played a pivotal role in the development and delivery of an innovative data collection method that was credited as being crucial to the final outcome. Sam has since founded the ‘Ready for Rees Mogg’ campaign amongst others, which are engaging hundreds of thousands of young people in the political process.