Charlotte Street Partners is a strategic consultancy with a difference. We provide context, counsel and communications at the place where politics and public policy, data, health, geopolitics, the economy, markets and media collide.
We are trusted global advisors at board and senior executive level, from insight, planning and decision making, to storytelling and communicating business critical decisions.
Context, counsel and communications
We work across seven core service areas and function as an extension of your team to bring insight, strategy, unparalleled expertise and, perhaps crucially, increased capacity.
BRIEFINGS AND INSIGHT
Your daily news round-up from a different place. Expect everything you need to know for the day ahead, plus an extra dose of opinion, perspective and wit. A real crowd pleaser.
“Charlotte Street Partners Daily Briefing is a must read. The only briefing outside of Fleet Street that I read every day and is an essential corrective to the Westminster bubble.”
Fraser Nelson, editor of The Spectator
BEYOND THE STREET
WITH ALEX MASSIE
As we navigate these changed times, it is all too easy to be caught up in the problems close to home, and for overarching trends to pass us by.
To remedy that short-sightedness, Charlotte Street Partners has enlisted the ingenuity and talent of the writer and commentator Alex Massie. As our correspondent at large, Alex will look at the bigger picture for us each week. We have challenged him to come up with something a bit different: broad, lateral thinking, thematic insights and a more global perspective.
Alex is a freelance journalist and commentator based in Edinburgh. He is Scotland editor of The Spectator, and he writes a political column for The Times and The Sunday Times.
VIEW FROM THE STREET
Our occasional long form opinion pieces are written by members of the team on subjects as diverse as housing and homelessness, feminism, Saudi Arabian politics and the climate emergency.
READ ON THE STREET
This is our weekly reading list, compiled by a different partner every Saturday morning. Sometimes moving, sometimes witty, always thought-provoking.
Our special briefings provide more in-depth insight into the issues that matter.