Peter has over 25 years of business and campaigns experience, with an established track record in corporate communications strategy and positioning.
He has operated in the family-run and corporate business space, and was also an MP. He continues to analyse the Scottish political landscape.
With over 15 years in communications in politics and banking before private practice, Andy’s areas of expertise are corporate positioning, reputation management, strategic campaigns and writing.
He has extensive experience in media relations and political relations and is a regular analyst on the BBC and STV, and in the press.
Kirsty has extensive public affairs and corporate communications experience, devising and implementing communications campaigns for multinational corporations.
Kirsty worked as press and campaigns officer for an MEP, and has since spent years delivering tactical communication and engagement.
Louise has over fifteen years’ experience as a journalist, PR and public affairs professional working at a UK and devolved level.
Louise has spent the majority of her career in the third sector where she has a proven track record as an effective campaigner and influencer in both the press and in the political arena.
Chris is a former journalist and regional newspaper editor.
With 20 years of experience in the media industry, he has worked in frontline news, on content planning and strategy as well as leading editorial teams working across print, online and social media on award-winning titles.
Tom was a Labour MP for 14 years, and a Transport Minister under both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown’s governments.
He is now a Daily Telegraph columnist and a director of public affairs company Third Avenue Communications.
Peter is an EU lawyer, high profile commentator, author on European policy, and widely credited with inventing the term “Brexit”.
He is the Founder of Influence Group, an advisory and advocacy consultancy based in London.