Wiertz Public Affairs is a competence hub that offers consultancy and strategic planning at European, National and Regional level. We offer advocacy, policy influencing, skills transfer, industrial development, process and product innovation. We operate through the definition, coordination and management of complex integrated projects for companies, public bodies and individuals.

Strategic consulting

Customized strategies to anticipate the impacts of European legislative regulations.
Participation in complex partnerships and integrated financial projects in the following areas: Green DealEuropean Digital DecadeEU Industrial StrategyNational Recovery and Resilience PlanEuropean Regional Development Fund  and  European Social Fund.
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With this in mind, WPA has implemented for its customers 3 service lines:

Problem Solving:

We support the Client in the management of European activities.

Operation Outsourcing:

you can trust us in covering all activities for your advocacy and lobby action at Eu level.

Representative Offices:

In Brussels. We host and assist the Client in all relations with EU Bodies.

Fields Action

Starting from the priorities of European legislation and programming, we follow our customers in particular on the issues:
  • Green Deal;
  • European industrial strategy;
  • human capital;
  • digitization.
For each of these areas we support the Client from the strategy draft, through its implementation till the result form multiple angles: finance, legislation, strategy, communication and innovation.
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The Team

We are a group of professionals who have been operating for 20 years in the following fields: European affairs, institutional relations, economic and financial strategies, regional policies, industrial policies and labor policies.
We also have a consolidated network with institutional, social and economic actors  in all European countries and in different areas of the world.
WPA relates directly to: the European Commission and Parliament, the Italian Government and Parliament, the Regions, primary banking institutions, trade associations and universities.
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