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Research as a College Green Group Service

Scientia potentia est or ‘knowledge is power’ is a term often attributed to British philosopher Sir Francis Bacon, although the exact origin of the words in his work is unknown. Regardless, at College Green group we are firm believers that knowledge is indeed power, and ensure that this focus on being as informed as humanly possible is evident in everything we do for our clients.
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Commission Based Fundraising for Campaigns

Campaigning, whether it be for a political party, candidate or single issue campaign, is second nature to the team at College Green Group. We cut our teeth working on globally relevant political campaigns like Vote Leave, and have since run or supported various parties, candidates and single issue campaigns to raise awareness and achieve electoral and legislative goals.
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China: Threat or Opportunity?

Last week, our team worked with the All Party Parliamentary Group for Foreign Affairs, to host a webinar discussion entitled China: Threat or Opportunity. College Green Group Campaign Manager John Moss shares his thoughts below.
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Helping MPs to run “Unsung Hero” campaigns

MPs have been working hard for their constituents and businesses throughout the pandemic, sorting out business grants, joining in with deliveries of food and medicines to those who were shielding and generally rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck in across the board, irrespective of party.
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Why Online Voting may be a Solution to Voter Apathy Among Digital Natives?

Why online voting may be a solution to voter apathy among digital natives? Published on June 19th, 2020 for College Green Group. Sophia G. is Head of Research at College Green Group and Resident Blogger covering all sections of the business. Voter apathy is a predominant problem for elections worldwide. With voter turnout decreasing in …

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Common Myths About Online Voting

Common myths about online voting Published on July 3rd, 2020 for College Green Group. Sophia G. is Head of Research at College Green Group and Resident Blogger covering all sections of the business. Over the last two decades, online voting technology has evolved dramatically. It has turned into a proven solution that addresses the challenges …

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Voter Engagement – The Flaws and Benefits of Compulsory Voting

The flaws and benefits of compulsory voting Published on June 5th, 2020 for College Green Group.​ Sophia G. is Head of Research at College Green Group and Resident Blogger covering all sections of the business. Voter engagement and voter turnout are hot topics in political discussion at the moment. Many democracies have seen a decline …

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