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The NY office will offer Landmark’s international client base advisory and support services to engage effectively with the United Nations system. It will also provide US-based clients with a bridge to Europe and Asia.

Established in 2007, Landmark Public Affairs has grown into a successful lobbying and communications agency with an experienced multidisciplinary team of over 30 staff supporting its operations in London, Brussels and Singapore, and an extensive international network of trusted collaborators. Landmark’s success has been underpinned by a loyal international client base that includes some of the most reputable global blue-chip companies.

Despite the current challenges to multilateralism in international affairs, corporates still believe in a global approach to solving some of today’s most pressing matters”, said Julien Lafleur, General Manager of Landmark NY. “Effective engagement with the United Nations system is essential for all international private sector organizations with a purpose.”

Lafleur brings over a decade of experience advising and supporting clients in the health, food and beverage, consumer goods and tech sectors among others. Over the years he has led successful campaigns on complex issues in regional (EU) and global fora (World Health Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization, United Nations).

As we continue delivering a consistent, high value-added service to our clients in Europe and in the Asia Pacific region, they are increasingly asking for similar support on global issues,” said Rocco Renaldi, Landmark Public Affairs founder and Managing Director, “We’re excited to bring our expertise to NYC, home of the UN and where multilateral discussions shape the political and regulatory environment in many strategically important areas across the globe.”