TORONTO – Matthew Ellis, former campaign manager to Andrew Scheer and advisor to Jim Flaherty has joined Stosic & Associates (S&A). With the new addition, the firm has further cemented its strategic position as a top government relations and advisory practice across all levels of government.
Matt brings to the firm over 15 years of expertise working in highly complex political environments, winning multiple campaigns with current leaders of both the the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario and the Conservative Party of Canada.
“Matt brings top tier relationships and strategic counsel to the firm. Alongside the addition of Rebecca Grundy (Vice President, Ontario) and Alexandra Adamo (Associate) over the last 18-months, S&A has securely positioned itself as one of the leading and quickest growing GR boutique practices with close ties to both the Ontario PC government and the Official Opposition in Ottawa.
All of these 3 bring direct experience working for the upper echelon of both the current federal and provincial Conservative parties. When you compliment this with the deep experience and expertise of the rest of our senior team, and you add the fact that all of us are directly involved with every single client, you end up with one hell of a strategic advantage. This is what sets S&A apart from our competition.” said Aleks Stosic, Founder & CEO.
About Stosic & Associates:
Stosic & Associates is one of Canada’s leading independent government advocacy and strategic communications firms, offering boutique, hands-on services that are fully customized to each client’s unique circumstances, and objectives.
S&A works with Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, NGOs, VCs and others across sectors including Financial Tech, Health/Life Sciences, the Shared/Mobile Economy, Beverage Alcohol, Cannabis, and Sports and Entertainment to deliver sectoral transformation and regulatory change, capital investments, policy development, and market strategy.
Stosic & Associates helps large and small clients across industries manage the issues of the day effectively, develop and execute long-term plans for strategic impact and influence, and shape or reshape policy, legislative, and regulatory environments.