Inline Policy was launched five years ago as the vision of our Founder, Shomik Panda. In this blog, Shomik reflects on the challenges of starting a business from scratch and some of the highlights of the past five years.
The old optimism about technology and its benefits has been replaced by an increasingly widespread perception amongst the public and policymakers that the technologies of the recent past may now be making things worse whilst those of the future pose ever greater threats to privacy and security. Such perceptions will undoubtedly lead to ever more political and regulatory hurdles, which means that it is more important than ever for tech companies to have the tools to navigate this environment and shape the debate. Here are seven ways a public affairs agency can help you do just that.
A public affairs agency can provide you with up-to-date policy and regulatory trends, analyse how they could impact your business, and use their network in the policy community to help you engage with decision makers. But how do you choose the right one for your business?
Innovation in the tech sector is moving at a rapid pace, and the companies driving these innovations are increasingly facing political and regulatory hurdles. A public affairs agency can help companies monitor trends in politics and regulation that may affect their business.