THE WORLD IS CHANGINGAnd fundamentally reshuffling old geostrategic certainties
We reinvent public affairs so you can bring together the right stakeholders.
ENGAGE DECISION CIRCLES AND DECRYPT WEAK/LOW SIGNALS.
A NEW PHILOSOPHY FOR ACTION
MGH Partners: the organizations and leaders we support are our partners.Our mindset: relationships based on trust and transparency.
An integrated package to advise our partners
THE CORPORATE SIDE
We offer strategic monitoring, contact with public authorities, prevention and management of opinion risks, editorial speaking, we support companies and NGOs in defining their decision-making process and creating lasting and impactful institutional relations strategies.
MGH Partners aims to be sensitive and reactive to the needs of African and European public organizations in order to accelerate and give meaning to public action; International monitoring, awareness raising, synergy and animation of key communities, communication strategy with foreign governments.
MGH Partners sensitizes leaders and their teams to new issues, and offers speech and advocacy support to the leaders of private or political organizations, both in real life and online.
Our passion driver team
A graduate of Sciences Po Paris in Public Policy Management and Lobbying, Hamza joined several lobbying firms in Paris before supporting African and French leaders, both in the public and private sectors. He has published several articles on African geopolitics and political communication in Jeune Afrique, Le Point Afrique, The Huffington Post & le Monde Afrique about global gouvernance and geopolitics.
A graduate of Sciences-Po Paris, Guillaume has nearly 10 years of experience in the world of public affairs, in France and internationally. Specialized in corporate and political communication advice, he participated in several national campaigns - within the Democratic Movement in 2014, in support of Emmanuel Macron in 2017 and in Bordeaux in 2020 where he supported the former mayor, Nicolas Florian. He is now part of the municipal council.
Nicolas graduated from EM Lyon in 2008 and began his career as a financial journalist for Capital Finance (Les Échos group) before being recruited as the editor-in-chief of two economic magazines dedicated to Africa (African Banker, African Business). Nicolas then worked for the Jeune Afrique group as editor of the economy & finance section of the jeuneafrique.com website. Starting in 2014, he specialized in press relations and influence, at 35 ° Nord and as an independent professional since 2019.
Adrien graduated in economics and management from ESSEC and Paris-Dauphine University. He is the co-founder of Citipo, a civic tech start-up that develops innovative tools for militant organizations and political campaigns. As a member of the national En Marche team during the French presidential and legislative elections of 2017, he is a specialist in campaign implementation strategy, team structuring and citizen mobilization.
CONVINCE - CONVERSE - LOBBY FOR GOODDo you want to rally communities around an inspiring cause?
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