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CORPORATE & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it"

Voltaire

FairValue Corporate & Public Affairs

Our strategic approach

1.    A VISION BASED ON SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONVICTIONS
The success of our consultancy is also based on its capacity to anticipate the evolution of the political, economic and legislative environment of its clients. This capacity strongly influences the strategic orientations of each dossier as well as the reactivity of our consultants.

2. AN ENTREPRENEURIAL APPROACH
Thanks to their strong sense of entrepreneurship, their thorough knowledge of companies, and their full understanding of the needs of companies, our consultants analyse and assess their client's positions and issues by taking into consideration their specific financial and human resources background. Hence, they provide their clients with a perfectly tailored counseling.

3. OUR THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF FRENCH AND EUROPEAN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
Thanks to its comprehensive expertise of national and EU institutions, our consultancy is bound to defend them and strengthen their ties with companies and citizens by acknowledging the worth of their existence and their commitment for public good.

4. OUR COMPREHENSIVE KNOWLEDGE OF THE PROFESSIONS OF OUR CLIENTS
As we work within very different professional backgrounds which all have their specific codes and customs, our consultants always go through an intensive period of cultural immersion in order to fully understand the codes, customs, language and specificities of each sector they work in. 


5. A SPECIFIC ORGANISATION VIA CROSS-SECTOR BUSINESS UNITS
Every consultant of Fairvalue Corporate & Public Affairs is in charge of a cross-sector business unit. This discriminating model is based on the cross-sector training of our consultants, each of whom, masters various expertise within their main field of competence i.e. communication and public affairs. 

Moreover, the close ties which exist between the consultants and the inexistence of any compartmentalisation between the dossiers make it easier for the exchange of ideas and skills.