Skyline Policy Risk Group is a research and strategic advisory firm backed by more than 40 combined years of experience studying and tracking policy and industry. We provide clients actionable insights and advice in the areas of supply chain, transportation, technology, energy, and labor policy.
This decade will see substantial change from shifts in laws, regulations, and new technologies. Understanding these areas will be critical. Companies in relevant sectors have great opportunities for success. However, without strong visibility and tools for action, the risks go up substantially.
Ongoing policy tracking, deep-dive policy research, strategic advice, extensive risk analysis to navigate and understand complex policies and regulations.
Comprehensive and diverse media and outreach strategies including board, investor, stakeholder, and community engagement, advocacy messaging, letter writing, workshop and presentation development, and speaking engagements.
Building your market position by researching, identifying, and developing key business relationships, gathering customer and competitor research, identifying new opportunities, and planning and overseeing new market initiatives.
On May 19, Skyline President Loren Smith will appear on a panel hosted by the Horasis Global Meeting to discuss the state of play for the economy as we approach the midpoint of 2022.
The panel description: Asking the Tough Questions
“Where are we at? Where are we going? The world’s economic and geo-political framework has been increasingly characterized by uncertainties. The COVID-19 pandemic and now the Ukraine invasion have heightened those uncertainties....
Skyline President Loren Smith joined Mark Casso, CEO of the Construction Industry Round Table (CIRT), for a fireside chat on infrastructure policy in 2022.
The two discussed the implementation of the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act; funding for highways; the political backdrop; and the prospect for the next round of infrastructure legislation in 2026 or 2027.
Skyline President Loren Smith joined Mehdi Sunderji of Nucleus195 to discuss key factors affecting the supply, in a video chat posted at OpenExchange.tv. The discussion included geopolitics, labor policy, infrastructure, and industrial base.
Jake Medwell, founding partner at 8VC, and Loren A. Smith Jr., president of Skyline Policy Risk Group, sat down to discuss the supply chain over at FreightWaves. In the discussion, we dig into our four major policy drivers of the supply chain crisis: geopolitics, inflation, regulations, and the labor shortage.