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Rasmussen Global draws on in-house experts and a network of leading policy experts, former senior officials, business executives and consulting firms in Europe and the US. Our clients include international consulting firms, major companies, and foreign governments.

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Rasmussen Global’s Ukraine initiative is a strategic campaign seeking to keep Ukraine on the international agenda while at the same time keeping reform on Kyiv’s agenda.

Following the Revolution of Dignity in 2014, the Government of Ukraine has embarked on an ambitious journey to modernize the economy, uproot corruption and seek closer integration with Europe.

Reaching out to decision-makers and opinion formers, and shaping the debate on critical public policy issues, the project aims to keep Ukraine on the international agenda while keeping reforms on Kyiv’s agenda.

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The British decision to leave the EU has created political uncertainty as well as risks and opportunities. Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that Britain wants to leave the EU single market and made it clear that her fundamental aim is to regain control of immigration and law-making. Rasmussen Global offers political, economic and legal advice to clients who are exposed to the future of Brexit.

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Rasmussen Global expands team and services

Rasmussen Global is expanding its team and services with the appointment of Nina Schick as Director of Data and Polling,  and Henrik Overgaard Madsen as Senior Business Adviser with a focus on the Nordics. Nina Schick has worked on decisive European political campaigns and elections, including the UK’s EU Referendum, and Emmanuel Macron’s Presidential campaign. […]

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Brexit phase II: potential rifts among the EU27

As Brexit negotiations are entering the next phase focusing on the EU-UK future relationship, the unity that has prevailed so far within the EU27 will come under increasing pressure. The issues at stake in phase I – especially financial obligations and citizens’ rights – were unifying factors for the EU27. The second phase, however, might […]

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