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.
February 2, 2024
Skyline President Loren Smith, joined Ylan Mui, John Fagan, and Brendan Walsh from Penta Group on Macrocast to discuss the surge in jobs this month and the implication of this surprising growth across different sectors, as well as the possible influences from this trend on interest rates and policy.
December 7, 2023
On Dec 8, Skyline President Loren Smith participated as a panelist at the SuperReturn Energy to discuss geopolitics and the affect on the supply chain as well as geopolitical risks for energy transitions. He was also interviewed and featured on their highlight reel.
November 30, 2023
We were delighted to join ConservAmerica's webinar on 11/30 discussing decarbonization trends and next steps. The webinar was structured as a fireside chat; the group's president, Jeff Kupfer, moderated a discussion between Drue Pearce, the former Deputy Administrator of DOT's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration and Skyline President Loren Smith.