BORDER LINES: BRUSSELS - GPC claims a public affairs first

GPC International has launched an international trade practice, which it claims to be a first in public affairs. The practice, which will operate from Brussels, Geneva, Ottawa and Washington DC, will provide counsel on trade policy and politics, legal issues, media and corporate relations. The package is designed to help companies manage trade opportunities and threats more effectively by generating widespread support for their cases, as well as complementing legal counsel. The team includes Anne McCaskill, vice-president trade, and Gerry Shannon, senior counsel and is headed by the president and CEO of GPC International Hershel Ezrin.

GPC International has launched an international trade practice,

which it claims to be a first in public affairs. The practice, which

will operate from Brussels, Geneva, Ottawa and Washington DC, will

provide counsel on trade policy and politics, legal issues, media and

corporate relations. The package is designed to help companies manage

trade opportunities and threats more effectively by generating

widespread support for their cases, as well as complementing legal

counsel. The team includes Anne McCaskill, vice-president trade, and

Gerry Shannon, senior counsel and is headed by the president and CEO of

GPC International Hershel Ezrin.



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