We are pleased to announce another exciting year of our Advocacy Leaders Network (ALN) workshop series, tailored to senior advocacy, government affairs, and public relations professionals. The goal of this advanced advocacy training is to enhance relationships, communications, and understanding between citizens and Congress. This is achieved through professional development and networking opportunities for the public affairs community. Below is the schedule and topics for the 2014 workshop series: March 28: Can You Hear Me Now? Why Talking to Regulatory Agencies Matters and How […]
The International Franchise Association hosted its Public Affairs Conference in Washington, DC in September 2012, which attracted more than 500 attendees. The fly-in was just like hundreds of others held yearly in Washington -- conference rooms on the Hill had the potential to change, messages had the potential to shift, and attendees required information. IFA wanted the ability to push information out to its attendees instantly, giving them the information they needed at their fingertips and allowing them to forgo a thick binder filled with reams of paper.
Read about how Beekeeper Group worked with IFA to create a "paperless" Congressional fly-in via our innovative "Lobby Day" mobile application.
Beekeeper Group worked the American Heart Association to shoot and edit a video with more than 40advocates from across the country than flew to DC to urge their Members of Congress to protect medical research funding at the National Institutes of Health.
Beekeeper Group celebrated its two-year anniversary last Thursday by participating in a day of service at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. Staffers and Partners worked with job-seekers crafting resumes, writing cover letters, and filling out applications. The experience made a particularly significant impression on Beekeeper intern and resident Eagle Scout, Ryan Kerr. “I’ve done a lot of these types of events before but I felt that this was one of the most personal,” he said. “It was direct interaction […]