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Our Government Relations practice helps startups and global tech firms navigate the MENA+ business and regulatory environment.
We assist startups, unicorns, and Big Tech in accessing growing MENA markets through policy-led approaches. We provide clients the policy and political context to identify opportunities, get ahead of issues, and mitigate risks.
We assist startups, unicorns, and Big Tech in developing relationships with government and taking on entrenched interests. We work with clients and government to find interim operating solutions to open discussions on permanent regulatory frameworks for business models that exist in grey areas, unregulated sectors, new industries, or which challenge highly-regulated industries.
We assist startups, unicorns, and Big Tech in building consensus for new regulations and changing outdated regulations. We work with clients to conduct policy pilots, gain consensus on new/enhanced regulations, and to leverage regional policy competition to their advantage.
We assist regional startups, unicorns, and Big Tech in addressing the small details related to enforcement found in executive regulations. We are well known for our work alongside some of the most recognized brands in the tech industry in taming the devil in the details on issues ranging from data sovereignty to smaller bureaucratic complications that erode user and industry trust and slow growth and scaling.
We have unmatched expertise in working with clients to scale their operations across the MENA and globally in the run up to IPOs, raising their next round, and conquering the world. Many of our MENA engagements have been embraced as global internal best practices for effectively engaging governments at some of the biggest and fastest growing tech companies in the world, from Silicon Valley, to India and China, and many of the emerging tech hubs in between.