We are a multidisciplinary team focused on European advocacy and communications. We bring a collaborative approach to government relations, public affairs and public relations in order to anticipate and manage our clients’ policy and reputation needs.

Based in Brussels, with a network of partner agencies across Europe and beyond, we combine detailed knowledge of the policy world with a creative approach to communication.

With discipline-driven thinking and dedicated teams organized by policy area, we provide our clients with solutions, not services.

Cambre is member of the independent SEC Group

Advocacy 3.0

Advocacy 3.0 is a multidisciplinary approach that addresses profound changes in the public policy landscape. It reflects a world defined by more participative politics, growing tension between evidence and emotion, hyper-connectivity and information overload.


EUssentials - Reimagined

In the palm of your hand, you will have:

  • NEW: Real time notifications. Subscribe to a policy category and get notified in real time whenever the EU institutions or EU agencies publish an update.
  • NEW: Do you want to get the midday briefing on your phone? Just subscribe
  • NEW: Follow MEPs and Commissioners, get alerts when they publish a new statement, a press release or a speech.
  • NEW: European Court of Justice news feed
  • All MEPs, including contact details, committees, delegations and parties, institutional addresses, online and social media channels.
  • The European Parliament Calendar - now you can save events straight into your phone
  • The list of Council Presidencies until 2020
  • An easy-to-use directory with all Commissioners and their cabinet members and spokespersons.
  • A map and the exact address of all the Brussels EU Institutions building and Permanent Representations.


Netiquette guide

Recently updated, Cambre's Netiquette Guide covers all of the basics you need to get better acquainted with the expanding universe of online social media and support your online communication efforts.


Code of conduct

Cambre is a member of the European Public Affairs Consultancies Association, EPACA, which is the representative trade body for public affairs consultancies working with EU institutions. As such, Cambre adheres to the EPACA code of conduct and supports the introduction of voluntary registration system for all lobbyists.

The EPACA code of conduct states the following:

Our work as public affairs professionals contributes to a healthy democratic process, acting as a link between the world of business and civil society and European policy-makers. The signatories to this code are all committed to abide by it, acting in an honest, responsible and courteous manner at all times and seeking to apply the highest professional standards.



To reduce our carbon footprint and to integrate sustainable development practices into our business, Cambre Associates has implemented a Sustainability Action Plan.

To implement this plan we have appointed a in-house sustainability officer to analyse our overall environmental impact. As part of this process we will continuously be assessing how we use resources such as energy and water; how we deal with waste; how we travel to work; and what services and products we use. A sustainable approach to consumption in our offices will contribute to increased environmental and economic efficiency. As we change our practices, our ecological footprint will be reduced.


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