Pat keeps on trucking

May 9, 2008 at 6:42 pm Leave a comment

Our much heralded visitor, Pat Cleary from our DC office, duly delivered earlier this week in a digital event on harnessing digital in public affairs and communications for Brussels trade associations. More of this later.

In between talking to us and our friends about digital and of course the US elections (Pat is part of the vast rightwing conspiracy), Pat of course continued his day job. The time difference ensuring his day went on and on…a bit like the return from Italy some of us endured at the beginning of the week (it was all going well until Belgium).

In any case, we thought you may appreciate seeing the fruits of his hard labour (and that of our DC digital team). It features two of the things that have been keeping many of us in the Brussels office out of the sunshine this week; climate change and a trade association… Enjoy.

Safe journey home Pat.

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