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Laure Botella

Consultant
Among other things, Laure Botella advised major corporations and business associations on EU-level regulatory procedures in a variety of areas, including energy, digital technology and sustainability.

She specializes in public affairs at EU level and is experienced in stakeholder outreach, advocacy and policy analysis.

She specializes in public affairs at EU level and is experienced in stakeholder outreach, advocacy and policy analysis.

Laure Botella advises various clients, such as large corporations and business organizations, on EU-level regulatory procedures in a variety of areas.

She specializes in public affairs at EU level and is experienced in stakeholder outreach, advocacy and policy analysis.

Before joining KekstCNC (formerly MSL) in August 2017, Laure Botella gained public affairs experience in Brussels, where she was responsible for a European regional association, the Permanent Representation of France to the EU and the European Affairs Department of a financial institution (Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations) worked.

Laure Botella studied Political Science and European Public Affairs at Sciences Po Bordeaux. She is fluent in English, French and Spanish and has a basic knowledge of Italian.


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The Energy Crisis – A Defining Moment for the EU

The European Union (EU) was hit by a perfect storm in 2022 as geopolitical tensions, dependence on Russian gas, scarce alternative energy solutions and infrastructure capacity, and inability to roll out renewable energy quickly led to an energy crisis and likely recession.

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Looking Ahead to the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU

Leveraging Kekst CNC’s expertise in both Brussels and Stockholm, this report provides an overview of the Swedish Presidency from a national perspective, and analyzes its priorities across key sectors.

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Focus in the Face of Crisis

As Europe continues to wrestle with ongoing crises, what lays ahead for the Green Deal and the EU’s circularity agenda?

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