Keystone Consulting is based on the principle that the wider understanding of the political process is better for everyone concerned - those who make the decisions and those who are influenced by those decisions.
Keystone works to involve as many people as possible within the decision making processes.
Ex Councilor (2002 - 2006: Merton Council) and ex Parliamentary Candidate (2005: Preston)
Worked in the House of Commons to produce a range of legislative and policy based documents and briefings including assessment and development of the Energy Act 2004, Consumer Credit Act 2006 and SI's on Northern Ireland policy,
Developed and ran an online community (DeHavilland Engage) that brought together third party stakeholders with political decision makers to discuss Government policy and legislation. This community won Emap New Product of the Year Award 2007
Head of Product Management, Webfusion
Product Marketing Director, Global - Lightspeed Research - part of WPP has been expanding its client base in the area for years, winning valuable exposure for companies in the banking, entertainment, retail and nonprofit sectors. Our creative branding strategies create relevance for your message and will put your brand on the map.
David Cuthbertson joined Keystone Consulting in October 2017 as a director, bringing with him experience in national and local governments in the UK and around the developing world. He specialises is in understanding governments and their decision making processes. Within Keystone, David is responsible for managing clients, as well as devising and implementing business development strategies.
Before joining Keystone, David spent many years as a Governance Advisor and Project Manager for several International Development Firms. He worked on a number of projects in Africa, the Middle East and Asia to balance democratic representation and government functions, and in improving the understanding between the two. He also managed Government supplier contracts and business development.
As well as international development, David was also a policy adviser for Essex County Council and a Director of the Adam Smith Institute devising innovative policy solutions to real work problems and developing and executing communications plans for government and the wider public.