Governments critically asses technological progress and disruptive business models. Regulation and legislation from Brussels and The Hague determine the boundaries of your business models. Whenever innovation results in societal friction, political discussions arise. Hence, it is important to anticipate such societal debates and the subsequent development of government policy and legislation at all levels of government.
Our experience demonstrates that innovative organisations come into contact with regulation that is much broader than just the digital domain. With our Regulatory Risk Analysis, you will generate insight into legislation and policy trends that have an impact on the application of digital technology, the use of data or the introduction of new business models.
With this insight you will subsequently be able to determine the focus and priorities of your own public affairs activities in order to take meaningful positions within the political debate.
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