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Formally opened in 2020, the global team comprises around 15 multi-lingual, Japan specialists with diverse backgrounds who provide seamless, around-the-clock advice and support for clients in intense situations.
Brunswick was built to deliver premium strategic advice in a fast paced, evolving world. To do that, we bring together bold, ambitious, talented individuals from a range of backgrounds who share a commitment to excellence, collaboration, and client service.
Recent investments made in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s culture sector are turning an independent arts scene into a national attraction. Donya Abdulhadi and Liza Eliano report for the Brunswick Review.
By Liza Eliano
07 July 2021
Scientific success during the pandemic is a shot in the arm for UK biotech.
By Ben Hirschler
15 June 2021
Marianna Tu, CEO of nonprofit America Needs You, speaks with Brunswick’s Melissa Epstein about helping first-generation university students to successful graduation and employment.
By Melissa Epstein
03 June 2021
The world fair, the first of its kind in the Middle East, was delayed by COVID. Now it promises to be bigger and more relevant than ever. Brunswick’s Simon Pluckrose reports.
By Simon Pluckrose
27 May 2021
Brunswick’s George Little joins cybersecurity experts from Chertoff to discuss the threats that prompted the Biden Administration to issue an executive order Wednesday demanding greater safety and accountability from government suppliers.
By Kevin Helliker
13 May 2021
It’s easy to equate social media with frivolity, selfies, and viral videos. But for executives, social media is about “we,” not “me.”
By Craig Mullaney
12 May 2021
His task: translate the climate ambitions of 27 countries and 455 million people into political reality.
By Pascal Lamy
29 April 2021
A financial stake in the company isn’t enough; employees need to be co-managers. Corey Rosen, author and founder of the National Center for Employee Ownership, talks to Brunswick’s Carlton Wilkinson.
By Carlton Wilkinson
27 April 2021
Much of the corporate world remains wired for practices that favor shareholder primacy and a short-term outlook. Author Judy Samuelson talks with Brunswick’s Maria Figueroa Küpçü about how to promote change.
By Maria Figueroa Kupcu
20 April 2021
By Brunswick Senior Advisor Mike Rogers, former Commander of the US Cyber Command.
By Mike Rogers
31 March 2021
Scientists are publishing at a breakneck pace. Brunswick’s Ben Hirschler speaks about the risks with Science Media Centre Chief Executive Fiona Fox.
29 March 2021
Career editor, journalist and author James Ashton talks about his book, The Nine Types of Leader, that draws on insights from over 400 interviews. By Brunswick’s Caroline Daniel.
By Caroline Daniel
18 March 2021
The best way to handle calamity involves acceptance. Brunswick’s Kevin Bailey draws strength from the memory of a favorite teacher.
By Kevin Bailey
11 March 2021
A visit with Alex Kotlowitz, whose decades-old books on race and poverty remain too relevant. By Emily Wang.
By Emily Wang
09 March 2021
SPACs are suddenly everywhere. SPACInsider founder Kristi Marvin talks to Brunswick’s Stephanie Wakefield about the burst of interest.
By Stephanie Wakefield
24 February 2021
When disaster strikes, who is best placed to administer first aid to world heritage? The aftermath of August’s shocking events in Beirut shows how civil society can make the difference. By David Lasserson.
By David Lasserson
23 December 2020