Smaller Lobbying Firms: Resources on Demand

Tapping a vast array of contract & networked resources

Tapping a vast array of contract & networked resources

Many times when discussing a potential client’s needs, the question comes up about “how we handle issues when they seem larger than the scope of our internal resources.” The answer is: we use our network of resources. After two decades of experience in Washington, D.C., Cansler Consulting has developed a vast array of political, legal, marketing and technical resources that are readily available to handle any issue. By not keeping full time resources on the clock, our clients are not paying for the expensive overhead of a huge staff. ┬áThis way client’s resources can be more efficiently and effectively targeted.

Top 10 Reasons Smaller Lobbying Firms are Better Part 3

Using technology to stay connected to govt and clients9.) Smaller, Entrepreneurial Lobbying Firms are Connected

Large lobbying firms are slower to utilize technological connectivity until their I.T. departments can set up a policy and roll it out company wide. But more and more government is now embracing new technologies and social media such as Facebook and Twitter as the tech-savvy Generation Y enters the workforce. Smaller, entrepreneurial firms are able to embrace these channels that government is using with minimal cost and no need for laborious roll outs or policies. Twitter and Facebook are now major components in every campaign and often make the difference. Solution: pick a smaller, entrepreneurial lobbying firm that embraces and utilizes social media to stay connected to rapid changes in government.…

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