Reti will support the client in the complicated world of public decision-making. What happens “on the job” is quite different from what we study in books. The formal process of taking decisions is accompanied by a substantive path made of practices and times in which you really only orientate yourself through experience, timely political analysis and constant presence in important places and events.
Reti’s Public Affairs team takes care of and updates the mappings of decision makers, highlighting the subjects that may be decisive for the themes that impact the client’s business. The team is also responsible for carrying out specific analyses, and monitoring declarations and public opportunities for discussion.
Reti uses customised consultancy to allow its client to fully understand the political context in which the enterprise activities are located and develops strategies to improve the company’s positioning before relevant decision-makers.
The proposed relationship mode is proactive and characteristic: it starts from the strengths of the business and frames it within the context of public interest. Reti connects its clients to the world of politics, through the services of Public Affairs: Reti helps companies preparing themselves for dialogue, transmitting knowledge and viewpoints to institutions that enhance the opening of new and fruitful fields of operation.
Expertise is what makes the real difference: knowing what to say and how to say it.
A hearing in a Parliamentary Committee, properly prepared, participation in an event, partnering with a think tank, adopting best practice in communication strategies: all these actions can change the opinion that institutions have of an entire industry, pushing forward in the political agenda issues that until that point have remained confined by technology and bureaucracy.
The winning strategy can be planned. Together with its clients, Reti develops a plan with clear and measurable goals, with the aim of making the company an active decision-maker and able to participate in the choices that concern them.