Never mind Brexit, be inspired

by Bob Huxford A team  from Newgate attended the 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain event at the London Stock Exchange yesterday. Interestingly, the speakers at the event were full of optimism for UK business and the opportunities for growth. One significant positive on which the panel, consisting of representatives from HSBC, Cenkos, Business Growth Fund and The Telegraph, were all in agreement, was that availability … Continue reading Never mind Brexit, be inspired

The following blog was written by George Gibson, an Associate based in our Manchester office. Newgate attended the launch of the Labour Party’s General Election campaign in Manchester on Tuesday, as Jeremy Corbyn announced his vision for the country ahead of the manifesto launch. Introduced by former Coronation Street actress Julie Hesmondhalgh as the head of “a movement of people who give a toss about … Continue reading

Battle lines drawn in Greater Manchester Mayoral race

On Friday night, hundreds of top industry professionals gathered to hear from the candidates to become Greater Manchester’s first elected mayor; Andy Burnham, Sean Anstee and Jane Brophy, at the Midland Hotel. Newgate sister agency PPS was delighted to be a sponsor for this well attended and exciting event, which was not so much a gentle start to the rounds of hustings likely to take … Continue reading Battle lines drawn in Greater Manchester Mayoral race

When the wind blows: Newgate renewable energy breakfast with the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee

Yesterday we hosted a roundtable breakfast at the Cinnamon Club in Westminster for the renewable energy sector attended by Iain Wright MP, Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, and by other members of the Committee and its staff.  Our guests included industry representatives from right across the renewables sector. The discussion over croissants and coffee was lively.  There is clearly great confidence … Continue reading When the wind blows: Newgate renewable energy breakfast with the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee

Chris Grayling and ‘the vision thing’

Written by Gavin Devine, Managing Partner Newgate Communications An abridged version of this article appears in this month’s Transport Times. 1,409 days.  That’s how long Patrick McLoughlin was Transport Secretary.  That’s how long he was a safe pair of hands, pressing quietly ahead with HS2, kicking the airport capacity can down the road, damping down the headlines about Network Rail and CP5, and avoiding controversy … Continue reading Chris Grayling and ‘the vision thing’