Business Unit Advocacy Executives

June 30, 2015

Corporation assigns each lobbyist a single point of contact for a business unit, particularly those with a high demand for Government Affairs services. Lobbyist streamlines access to support, while also proactively seizing opportunities to counsel the business at weekly check-ins and regularly scheduled strategy sessions. To ensure a strong partnership takes hold, the lobbyist is expected to embed in the work of the business unit - allocating near half of his or her time to learning the ins and outs of the business, and identifying under-appreciated risks and opportunities associated with it.

Add to Briefcase

Welcome to National Journal!

You are currently accessing National Journal from IP access. Please login to access this feature. If you have any questions, please contact your Dedicated Advisor.