Paul Gordon ClarkDirector
Gateway Associates (UK) Ltd
London, United Kingdom
Paul is the Founder of Gateway Associates (UK) Ltd establishing the company in 2010 after working in the trade union movement, training and education and 21 years in publicly elected office. Paul gained an Honours degree from the University of Keele in Economics & Politics. Following this, he worked for the Engineering Union and the Trades Union Congress. Paul established the TUC's residential training and conference center in London. Paul has held elected office for 21 years - eight as a local councilor and thirteen as a Member of Parliament and Government Minister. During his time at Westminster (1997-2010), Paul worked closely with the then Deputy Prime Minister was a Treasury Bench Government Whip and Transport Minister. Since 2010 Paul has developed Gateway Associates and has been involved in projects in Africa, the US, and India. Paul is also a member of Council, University of Keele, Trustee at Caudwell Children, Director Grassroot Diplomat, Director University of Kent Academies Trust, Chair of The Oast Rainham and Chair of the Café Sunlight.
Gateway Associates (UK) Ltd is a multi-disciplinary network of talents work together to deliver the best solution to your challenge.
Gateway Associates was established by former Member of Parliament & Government Minister, Paul Clark. His mission was to ensure that a wealth of knowledge amongst colleagues was put to good use in finding answers to the challenges of today
Paul established Gateway Associates in 2010 drawing on the skills and experience of policy, government and communications experts to help organizations from a variety of industries and sectors communicate with Westminster and Whitehall and inform Central Government’s political decision-making processes.
Gateway has worked on a number of projects over the years including a multi-sensory road safety program aimed at 16-24-year-olds; conference organization and delivery on regeneration issues; support to various community organizations helping to develop their opportunities in securing new contracts and business streams.
Specialties: Government liaison; public relations; communications at all levels; public speaking; conference arrangements and organizational skills. Subject areas including road safety, aviation, shipping/ports, rail, and buses. Community engagement and social enterprise.