Brussels Office Since1998
logos provides tailor-made advocacy and outreach solutions based on a combination of technical expertise, political savvy, and razor-sharp communications. We excel at building relationships and compiling the evidence for innovation-friendly public policy. We have been servicing clients for 20 years.
Clients trust us to steer alliances, activate communities, and engage with policymakers. They rely on our strategic insight and creativity to make themselves heard in Brussels and beyond. While our heart is boutique, our reach is global.
Established in Belgium, logos is owned by MCI Holding SA. In 2012, logos joined MCI Group, an international communications and association management group.
logos operates from Berlin, Brussels, Geneva, Paris and Washington, D.C. Since 2012, we have integrated MCI Group with its 62 offices in 31 countries.
Our strengths include:
- Political intelligence & policy monitoring
- Strategic advice
- 360° perception surveys
- Government relations
- Communication campaigns
- Social media
- Media relations
- Video, print and digital assets
- Industry associations
- Innovation alliances
- Public-private partnerships
- EU funding
- Concept and programme development for policy events
- Stakeholder management
- Consensus building
- Event management
Number of Public Affairs Consultantslogos employs 30 consultants and senior experts who collectively speak 12 languages. MCI Benelux employs 105 consultants in Brussels. Globally, MCI Group has more than 2,700 colleagues worldwide.
5GAA, ATVEA, CAPIEL, CEMEX, Euralarm, European Commission, ESSM, FIM, HINO Motors Europe, IMEC, IRU, JAMA, RECHARGE, SAE International, The SeaCleaners, ZTE.
logos consultants publish regular posts on our blog about regulatory challenges and policy trends in Europe. We focus on societal shifts such as digitisation, decarbonisation and the emergence of the sharing economy. We analyse how these ongoing transformations are leading industries to converge and seek partnerships beyond their traditional realm.
logos also organises or facilitates multi-stakeholder debates involving industry, civil society and policymakers.
Need help to navigate the new institutional setup?
Download the organisational charts of the new EU leadership, compiled by logos around the three priorities headed by new European Commission Executive Vice Presidents. The structure of the charts underlines the interinstitutional bargaining presiding over the European legislative process.
Building on these organisational charts, logos further compiled an infographic (see infographic above) analysing how “balanced” the new EU leadership was in terms of gender, geography and politics. In a much more political game, will the gender, geographic origin or political orientation of the #TheImplementers become factors that shape their ability to pass legislation?