Martin Wittenberg

Managing Partner

Martin shaped Euros / Agency Group’s entrepreneurial venture at its beginning in 2012. He is a strategic communications expert with over 12 years of experience in Politics, Communications and Media relations, both at European and national levels.

Martin is in charge of general management at Euros / Agency Group, internal coordination and communications, as well as all non-clients facing elements including finance, HR and legal. Also active in the clients field, he supervises large corporate and government accounts of the firm, for which he provides senior counsel on their political, communications and reputational challenges. Martin has particular expertise in Tech, Environment, Finance & Blockchain, Mobility and Public Diplomacy. He is also an expert on European affairs and all EU-related matters, having spent almost 10 years in Brussels.

Previously he held several positions at the European Parliament, the French Senate, and in the consultancy business, where he ran pan-european communications campaigns for corporate firms and trade associations. Aside from Euros / Agency Group, Martin has been engaged in civic life. He supported candidates for election on both sides of the Atlantic. In the US he took part in Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, as well as the 2014 elections of Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson. And in Europe for the Liberal Group during the 2009 and 2014 election campaigns.

During his years in Brussels Martin also was EU correspondent for a French community radio (2010-2012). Project-oriented, he co-founded in 2013 the European citizens’ initiative which succeeded in removing roaming charges across internal EU lines.

Martin graduated from the London School of Economics in the UK and from Kedge Business School in France. Today he occasionally teaches EU politics at Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) as visiting professor, and publishes op-ed on the latest political developments in  the French and Belgian Press.

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