Who we are
For nearly 20 years, we’ve been helping clients with their political and corporate communications both nationally and internationally.
At Cavendish Advocacy, we land our clients’ stories with political audiences clearly and powerfully. We combine insight with influence and utilise our digital and creative teams to ensure your ideas change minds when it matters most.
Our cross-party team of consultants operate out of our Westminster and international hubs in Brussels and Washington DC, with backgrounds in Parliament, the civil service, local government, political parties, think tanks and journalism. That means we have genuine insight into the policy making process, the windows for influence and the messages that will resonate.
Cavendish Advocacy is part of the BECG Group, a group of over 150 communications specialists, PRCA National Awards Specialist Consultancy of the Year and No1 in PRWeek’s Public Affairs rankings.
How we do business matters. At the BECG Group, we work hard to ensure we’re consistently championing the positive impact our work can have on our society. Whether that be the environmental impact of our day-to-day operations; committing our time to voluntary work with charities that matter to our people, or up-skilling our teams to recognise how they can contribute to making our business a healthy, diverse and inclusive place to work.
Our team bring their experience, insight and political network.
Initially tasked with providing stakeholder engagement backing at a local level to support development sites, the brief developed to become a national public affairs programme, focused on raising Stonewater’s profile with political stakeholders in Westminster and influencing the direction of Government policy.
We have worked with them to develop key messaging, collateral, relationships and tactics to create noise around the policy change, bringing it from a niche issue affecting small breweries to become a campaign that has garnered attention from across the political divide and rattled the Treasury’s cage.
Communities that work
Cavendish Advocacy helps position Communities that Work as the voice of housing associations who deliver employment support, raise the organisation’s profile within government and the social housing sector, and increase membership. We also help secure greater recognition for the work that housing associations do regarding employment support.