GPC Market Access

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GPC Market Access Group Ltd was a Brussels-based PR and government lobbying firm and the centre of the cash-for-access LobbyGate scandal. Its employee, Derek Draper, hit the headlines in 1998 for allegedly offering companies access to high-level cabinet ministers.

At the time, GPC was owned by Countrywide Porter Novelli (part of the Omnicom Group). GPC's parent company, GPC International, merged with Omnicom's Fleishman-Hillard International Communications in 2001, and now operates as the Fleishman-Hillard public affairs brand outside the United States.


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