Welcome to Endeavour Public Affairs. At Endeavour Public Affairs we specialise in giving tailored public affairs and campaign advice and support to organisations of all sizes. We offer a range of services to help our clients build their profile and influence with political and stakeholder audiences from local government to the European Parliament and Commission.
With over 10 years experience in both the UK and the EU, we are on hand to help you build a public affairs or campaign strategy that is specifically tailored to your needs and audiences.
UK Public Affairs
Whether Westminster, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, Endeavour Public Affairs is here to advise you on whom you need to speak to and how best to approach them in order to achieve your goals. An approach individually tailored for each of our clients ensures that your valuable time is not wasted speaking with the wrong people. More
EU Public Affairs
At Endeavour Public Affairs, we have extensive experience working in and with the Brussels institutions. With over 50 per cent of UK legislation emanating from the EU, we can offer you tailored strategies to communicate your message at all levels of the EU decision making and legislative process. More
Whether it is a small local campaign or a large national or EU wide campaign we are here to help. Campaigning is in our blood, it is something we are passionate about. With Endeavour Public Affairs you can guarantee that we will be as motivated about your campaign as you are. More
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Endeavour Public Affairs (EPA) were instrumental in our campaign for safeguarding the continued use of new HGV trailers above four meters in height. EPA convinced virtually all UK MEPs to support the continuation of the current derogation which permits Member States to approve ‘oversize’ vehicles for domestic transport operations, thus preserving the economic and environmental benefits they offer the UK.