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Emma Haselhurst

Senior Managing Director

Emma Haselhurst has almost 15 years’ experience specialising in government relations, public affairs and stakeholder engagement. She has particular expertise in the tech, telecoms, food and drink, retail and FMCG sectors, helping to develop, shape and build support for policy positions and campaigns.

Emma advises clients on a range of complex reputational and regulatory issues from corporation tax, internet safety, and tech ethics, to the future of Britain’s digital infrastructure and pressing business concerns such as the impact of Brexit.

Emma has a good understanding of the challenges faced by an in-house team, having undertaken two secondments for clients as their public affairs and policy lead.

Before joining Teneo in 2010, Emma worked at Weber Shandwick and started her career in the public affairs team at BT.