Business Unit Advocacy Executives

Research
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.

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