Gabriel works with key players in the tech ecosystem: investors, founder-led businesses and firms at every stage from start-ups to listed companies. His work includes supporting clients in growing or protecting reputation, navigating high-stakes financial moments and developing long-term strategy to communicate effectively across multiple audiences including customers, investors, employees, regulators and policymakers. With more than a decade’s experience in communications roles, Gabriel began his career working in the arena of politics and public policy. His first engagement with technology firms came as an adviser to Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna. Following this, he worked in-house for an organisation representing employer-focused research universities. At Headland, projects Gabriel has led include helping Lime launch a succesful media and stakeholder campaign for e-scooter legalisation, supporting early stage propositions in defining their narrative and proposition and preparing a European tech brand for a significant capital markets event.
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