Ex-Cameron consultant Ameet Gill and Brexit advocate Paul Stephenson established Hanbury last September. They needed to demand grant start business from independent body the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments, due to Gill’s previous work in Government.
Their brand-new customers are exposed in another letter of permission from the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments, sent out late last month and released on the body’s website today.
The letter notes brief information on the 4 commissions:.
GSK: “Hanbury will be commissioned to supply tactical policy suggestions to members of GSK’s London workplace in connection with the ramifications of Brexit.
Deliveroo: “The services imagined issue over the arrangement of tactical interactions recommendations to members of Deliveroo’s management group in the UK.
Linklaters: “Hanbury will offer tactical policy recommendations to Partners in Linklaters’ London workplace in connection with the effect of Brexit on their customers’ companies.”.
Herbert Smith Freehills: “The services imagined issue the arrangement of tactical policy suggestions to Partners in Herbert Smith’s London workplace in connection with the effect of Brexit on their customers’ companies.”.
The letter goes on to say that “each proposed commission is for a twelve-month duration, with the exception of Roofoods Ltd [the legal name of Deliveroo], which is for a preliminary short-term duration, which might or might not result in a longer contract”.
In typical with other minister or people leaving the civil service, Gill is informed by the letter that he ought to not use any of the privilged details offered to him because function, and “must not become personally associated with lobbying the UK Government” for 2 years since leaving crown service.
When Deliveroo stated in January that it had actually handled Hope & Glory to deal with UK press workplace and brand name projects, PRWeek reported that it was likewise trying to find a business comms partner.
PRWeek UK picked Hanbury as one of its 7 brand-new firms to watch in 2017.