William Dazy, previously Senior Director at FTI Consulting, joins the management of Euros / Agency Group as Deputy Managing Director. Based in the Euros / Agency office in Brussels, he will reinforce the European affairs team and will be in charge of coordinating the group’s international partners.
With 22 years of experience in public affairs and communications consulting at the European level, William brings his expertise to several of the group’s major accounts. Alongside Sloan Moreau, partner and director of the European public affairs practice (EUPA), he will strengthen the group’s business development capacity from the European capital.
William Dazy also supports Martin Wittenberg, Managing Director, in the deployment of the group’s offer in connection with its network of international partners. As deputy managing director, his scope of intervention may extend to the management of cross-functional client accounts mobilizing both the European affairs, corporate communications (CORP), public affairs in France (PA) and Africa (Euros / Agency AFRICA) teams in conjunction with the Paris and Casablanca offices.
Martin Wittenberg, Managing Director of Euros / Agency Group says: “William is a highly recognized professional, who has a solid reputation in Brussels, especially in the tech sector. His arrival strengthens our position in this field while allowing us to develop our international influence offer with our partners. We are particularly happy to see him join the group“.
William Dazy declares: “Euros / Agency Group is a very attractive player in the strategic communication sector. It’s a French agency in Paris, but a deeply international agency in Brussels, where a dozen nationalities are mixed. I joined incredibly dynamic teams, who know perfectly how to combine public affairs and communication both in Brussels and at the national level. We have great ambitions to further strengthen the group’s position, especially in the Brussels market“.
William Dazy has acquired a solid experience of the political and public relations environment in Brussels. Working on technical matters, in the technology sector, he was able to specialize in European regulatory matters in a variety of sectors, ranging from digital platforms to cybersecurity to telecommunications. William has also advised numerous large companies on regulatory issues in financial services, as well as in environmental and sustainable development matters.
After starting his consulting career at H+K Strategies, he created and led Canon’s government relations department for six years. He then created his own public affairs and communications consultancy and joined FTI Consulting for 5 years, where he advised the largest tech companies in Brussels.
A political scientist by training, he holds two masters degrees in European public policy and international relations from the IEP in Strasbourg.