Facilitas Advisory is a media communications and government relations advisory firm advising large local and international clients.
Our approach is unique, as our portfolio of services draws not only on our decades of experience, our networks of contacts but also on our deep understanding of the local culture and psyche.
After ten years with the BBC World Service in London, Adilinis, a Greek national, moved to Cyprus in 2001 and quickly established himself as the leading analyst on political issues in Cyprus, with unparalleled access to politicians and other policy-makers. Having worked with media organisations in Cyprus across the political spectrum, Adilinis has a reputation for balance and objectivity and is frequently consulted by the diplomatic and business community. He is currently editor-at-large for Phileleftheros, the island’s largest selling newspaper and editor-in-chief of the Cyprus Weekly in 2014-17. Previous positions include editor-in-chief of the national daily, Alithia, Political Editor at Politis daily newspaper and Political Correspondent for the TV channel, Sigma.
Mullen is a well-established economist and author of several publications who has been providing economic and political analysis for blue-chip companies and governments for over twenty years. She founded Sapienta Economics, an economics consultancy, in 2006. As the author of the Cyprus reports for the Economist Intelligence Unit in 2001-15 and economy adviser to the United Nations Good Offices mission in Cyprus since 2008, Mullen is frequently sought out by the international media for her commentary on the Cyprus economy and the Cyprus problem. Mullen is known and trusted by the business and diplomatic community and has established a wide network of contacts among top businesses and policy-makers.