Eunomia announces Europe expansion in response to Brexit

Written by: Jo Gallacher | Published:
Eunomia will open a new office in Athens, Greece

Eunomia has announced a series of changes to boost its EU presence in preparations for Brexit.

It will open a new office in Athens while company director Joe Papineschi will move to Brussels to lead its European operations.

These steps are aimed at supporting the consultancy’s public and private sector work in Europe.

The new southern European office in Athens will be led by Hara Xirou who has spent the last decade developing Eunomia’s presence in Brussels.

Eunomia chairman and founder Dominic Hogg said: “It makes sense for us to develop our growing European offices. Many of our projects seek to address global issues such as marine plastics and air quality, types of pollution which don’t respect borders, so there will be lots of opportunities for collaborative partnership working.”

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