Sharpen Your Team’s Local Advocacy

One third of advocacy professionals consider local advocacy an important focus of their program, and 41% said they engage local government when necessary.

The reason for all that activity is simple: almost every industry is subject to some type of local regulation and that is particularly true of companies in the sharing economy. For organizations that operate locally, having a voice in city councils, county boards and municipal agencies just makes sense.

Download the Sharpen Your Team’s Local Advocacy report to find out the tone, tools, and tactics that can make your team more effective at working with local government. The report covers:

  • How local advocacy differs from state and federal
  • Examples of real organizations that use local advocacy to advance their objectives
  • Using a measured approach that can build successful relationships with local officials
  • Creating a playbook for a more effective local program
  • Why grassroots advocacy is at its most powerful when used locally

There are more than 89,000 local governments in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of local officials help decide important issues, from policing and public utilities to pandemic response. Organizations that want to advocate effectively will calibrate their efforts carefully and use the right tools at the right time. Download the report to learn more.