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To remain relevant in this rapidly changing world it is vital to constantly be aware what developments and trends might impact the role of your organization today and in the near future. We help to read and understand the signs of this hanging environment. And we define realistic pathways to increase your company’s impact by moving towards an ever more credible sustainable strategy that is rooted in relevant purpose and solid economics.

Being relevant is far more than managing reputation. It is about a solid corporate purpose. It is about responding to true societal needs and expectations. And it is also about benefitting from constructive tensions between you and the world around you. Pilgrims will help you find potential allies and explore new business opportunities outside your regular scope. So, when working with us, expect to be confronted with perspectives, concepts and development plans that might take you and your team beyond your comfort zone.

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Jeremy Corbyn, U.K. Labour Leader, Struggles to Close Election Gap

The national polls put the Conservatives ahead, just as they did in 2017 when the left-wing Mr. Corbyn shocked the experts. But can he recapture that magic?

Jeremy Corbyn, U.K. Labour Leader, Struggles to Close Election Gap 2019/12/11 18:15

Boris Johnson Tries On a New Campaign Persona: Disciplined

The British prime minister is more grim tactician now than “the clownish, cuddly fellow” of the past. So far, it seems to be working.

Boris Johnson Tries On a New Campaign Persona: Disciplined 2019/12/11 18:13

Glenda Jackson Returns to the Screen for an Issue Close to Her Heart

In her first onscreen role in 27 years, the actor and former member of Parliament plays a woman with dementia in the new BBC film “Elizabeth Is Missing.”

Glenda Jackson Returns to the Screen for an Issue Close to Her Heart 2019/12/11 18:00

France’s Pension Changes Won’t Affect Older Workers, Prime Minister Vows

Workers would be urged to work until 64, two years past the legal retirement age, the government said, revealing details of a planned pension overhaul that has prompted strikes.

France’s Pension Changes Won’t Affect Older Workers, Prime Minister Vows 2019/12/11 17:24

Aung San Suu Kyi Defends Myanmar Against Rohingya Genocide Accusations

After hearing a roll call of horrors inflicted on Rohingya Muslims, the Nobel laureate explains Myanmar’s case in The Hague.

Aung San Suu Kyi Defends Myanmar Against Rohingya Genocide Accusations 2019/12/11 17:11

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