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Our Group Structure

The Advocacy Group Limited is formed of companies linked by common goals, to provide outstanding service and increase communication whether verbal, written or visual.

The companies pull on each other’s strengths and offer valuable support to complement the suite of services we offer our clients.

Cratus Communications

From political research and analysis, community engagement, connecting clients and council leaders, through to working with the client’s own team and external consultants, supporting a scheme to fruition – this is where Cratus excells. Our team understand that communication can be the key to success, more so, that positive engagement with the right people can make or break a project. Our knowledge, insight and political connections are the tools we use to rival our competitors but it is our unwavering belief that our world is local that gives us the edge.

Cratus operates from offices in London, Bristol and Southampton. Our London team, based just across the river from Central Government, are at the cut and thrust of everything happening that could impact our clients. Our Bristol team serves the West of England area and our Southampton team focuses on the wider Solent region. All three offices offer the full range of Cratus’ services.

Rubber Duckiee

Rubber Duckiee is a multi-disciplinary design house, specialising in branding, design, exhibitions and website development.

The team works with a variety of clients, providing exemplary design solutions which can complement, enhance, or steer a campaign depending on the client’s brief.

The close working relationship between Rubber Duckiee and Cratus Communications allows Cratus to provide in-house design capabilities to their clients, ensuring the highest quality of work all the time.

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