Influencing others, especially those in positions of power and with the strong support of allies, could affect fundamental societal changes. Generally, lobbying and advocacy are two ways to set forth interests or ideas to effect such change. However, it is essential...
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As a corporation, small business, or a 501C3, it’s important to understand how the legislative process begins and ends. Should you ever be in the position of needing to push a bill through the legislative process or rectify a piece of legislation that isn’t in favor of your organization, you’ll know exactly what to expect via the process.
It can be challenging for a business to track hundreds of thousands of measures considered across the country each year to determine which legislation would affect its bottom line. It would essentially require a person to scan through over 30,000 pages of text to determine if a bill would impact the business; this is what we specialize in at Rojas Communications Group.
If your organization doesn’t have a readily available public affairs strategy, you must create one as soon as possible.
A public affairs strategy will serve as the framework to align with your organization’s interests and key activities with stakeholders, who often impact policies and legislation that affect your operations.
Whether breaking ground on a new project or aiming to retain employees and everything in between, garnering the support of stakeholders is vital for the short-term and long-term success of your agenc
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