Cambridge Econometrics commits to Europe
Cambridge Econometrics (CE) opened its first overseas office today, in Brussels, demonstrating strong growth and a determined ambition to further expand its business in Europe, despite the UK’s commitment to leave the European Union.
The company has a strong track record of winning European business and serves over a dozen of the European Commission’s Directorate Generals (DGs), as well as organisations such as the European Space Agency, European Climate Foundation and the European Institute for Gender Equality.
Phil Summerton, CE’s Managing Director, explains:
“This is a key moment in the history of our company and a further step towards enhancing our reputation in the European market. Our analytical tools are easily adaptable geographically and sectorally, so it is only natural for us to increase the services we offer globally.
With a combination of robust economic analysis and a reputation for sound interpretation and insight we aim to make it easy for our clients to make informed decisions, wherever they might be based.”
Anthony Barker (see photo), Head of Brussels Office adds:
“Opening an office in Brussels demonstrates our commitment to supporting EU policy makers, who are required to design and assess the economic and social impact of many challenging public policy issues. It will also allow us to strengthen links with our collaborators and develop new relationships.
To find out more about the work we have delivered for clients on a variety of different public policy issues, please see here.
We are always keen to explore the potential to collaborate with new partners and clients, if you would like to explore this, please email me.”