Border Lines: Maggiore to expand Grayling

BRUSSELS - Grayling Political Strategy has appointed former BBC head of European affairs, Matteo Maggiore, to lead its European media, technology and telecoms division. Maggiore, who takes up the position in September, will report to the managing director of Grayling’s Brussels office, Maurits Bruggink.

BRUSSELS - Grayling Political Strategy has appointed former BBC

head of European affairs, Matteo Maggiore, to lead its European media,

technology and telecoms division. Maggiore, who takes up the position in

September, will report to the managing director of Grayling’s Brussels

office, Maurits Bruggink.



Based in Brussels, he will have a pan-European brief to expand the

practice and oversee offices in France, UK and Brussels. Existing

European media, technology and telecoms clients include BT and the Toy

Industries of Europe.



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