Guyver leaves London politics for Australia

Politics International founder Chris Guyver is leaving the agency after eight years in June to move to Australia.

Politics International founder Chris Guyver is leaving the agency

after eight years in June to move to Australia.



Guyver and his co-founder Andrew Dunlop have seen their public affairs

consultancy grow from a two-man band in 1990 to a 20-strong staff and

pounds 1.5 million fee income.



Guyver’s main client work has been in the agency’s environmental

practice.



He is also responsible for business development.



He will sell his 50 per cent stake in the firm to staff members. He

plans to set up his own political consultancy in Australia.



Dunlop has promoted Politics International consultant David Massingham

to the post of director, replacing Guyver. The agency’s business

development brief will be split between Dunlop and the agency’s three

business unit heads.



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