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Chambré Public Affairs has been instrumental in the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium being seen as the sector leaders and the authoritative voice of retail in Northern Ireland. Their Assembly monitoring service ensures that we have the intelligence we need in a timely fashion and their networks and passion for the political process ensures that our messages reach the key influencers at all levels of government.
Director, Northern Ireland Retail Consortium
Our event ‘Future of Housing in Northern Ireland’ in the Long Gallery, Stormont, provided us with an opportunity to build upon our reputation as a leading voice for the housing sector in Northern Ireland and our role in raising new build housing standards. Organised by Chambré PA the event was extremely effective in communicating our messages to policymakers and influencers. Chambré PA assisted us in all aspects of the event, providing a key networking opportunity along with on the day support and post event advice. Their collective experience and insight was critical to ensuring valuable engagement with our political representatives. We look forward to continuing our working relationship with Chambré PA as we continue to seek to raise standards to protect homeowners in Northern Ireland.
Director of Corporate Affairs, National House-Building Council (NHBC)
When MindWise was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee award for volunteering Chambré swiftly convened a meeting to discuss the best PR approach to maximise publicity for the charity. As a result we secured two radio interviews and considerable newspaper coverage. Chambré handled this in a professional and sensitive way drawing on the strengths of our own organisation and tuned into the political sensitivities of our good news. An excellent job.
Deputy Chief Executive, MindWise
Chambré Public Affairs has masterminded the current phase of the campaign of the Consensus for Post Primary Education to create an Educational Village in Armagh with great skill, sensitivity and political acumen. The current phase of our campaign climaxed with a well attended public meeting which, with coordinated media coverage, has been successful in bringing this exciting project to public attention and acclaim. Excellent though the ideals and aspirations of the Consensus undoubtedly are, however, they might never have achieved the traction or received the exposure or widespread public support they now enjoy without the tremendous expertise and commitment of the Chambré team.
The Rt Revd Alan Harper, OBE
Spokesman for the Educational Village Consensus
I find the research and monitoring service very useful. It helps us in planning effective engagement with the work programme at the Northern Ireland Assembly and contributes to our policy development work at the Federation of Small Businesses. It also assists with tracking events at both the Assembly and at Westminster.
Head of External Affairs, FSB Northern Ireland