Twinnovate has a strong track record of effective engagement with a wide range of project stakeholders including national and local governments and NGOs.
We are expert in mapping legislation in a diverse range of global markets and ensuring all those involved understand its implications. Ultimately, for a new project to be sustainable, it must be built on firm foundations, and in our view, this means a project’s stakeholders must understand each other’s positions from a very early stage.
Then, as a project develops, it is essential that reporting on progress and changes in risk can be rapidly escalated to governance teams, whose decisions can then be quickly relayed out to all stakeholders. We ensure this can happen by creating clear lines of communication and project structures which ensure areas of responsibility are well defined and effectively assigned.