WHO WE WORK FOR
Our clients range from global multi-nationals to SMEs, from national governments to local authorities and from non-governmental organisations to local community groups.
Private sector experience
We work globally with organisations across industries and operating at various stages of the value chain. Our team have particular expertise, and recent experience, in the following sectors: airports and transport; chemical and petrochemical; energy (including oil and gas and nuclear power); food and retail; mining; packaging; pharmaceutical sectors. For further details of our clients, click here
Public sector experience
Article 13 have particular public sector experience in community and stakeholder engagement including on issues of public health (including road safety). Our recent experience in the public sector includes working with international and pan-government bodies including the European Commission, European Union; national governments and departments and regional and local government bodies. For further details of our clients, click here
Stakeholders we have worked with
A key element of our work is identifying, engaging and working alongside key stakeholder groups. Stakeholders we have worked alongside in recent projects include; different age groups and profiles; not for profits and non-governmental organisations; faith and ethnic groups and other 'traditionally under-represented' stakeholders.
Topics we have covered
A key area of our work, is engaging stakeholders around often highly sensitive or controversial topics. This includes enabling stakeholders to provide informed consent and converting highly complex, technical and scientific reports into plain English. Topics we have covered include; agriculture and fishing policy; clinical trials; community safety and crime (including road-safety); digital inclusion; drug misuse; energy – including nuclear energy and decommissioning and renewable energy; public health – including specific programmes around HIV/Aids, obesity, cancer and non-communicable diseases.