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Great ideas and innovative initiatives fail every day. Cynicism, distrust and NIMBYism generate passionate opposition which can dominate the discourse, derailing plans without regard to merit, benefit or need. Individuals and small groups are increasingly emboldened and empowered to act, leveraging technology to organize, amplify their voices and magnify their impact. Executing a strategy to build and demonstrate support has never been more critical.
It has never been more difficult to navigate the public and political landscape.
Whether building critical support or overcoming a competitive threat, developing and executing the right strategy at the right time is essential.
Consensus Strategies specializes in strategic advocacy services for leading corporate and institutional clients. With decades of national and international experience in virtually every industry, our depth of experience and multidisciplinary approach are both distinctive and highly effective.
With decades of experience on thousands of engagements across the United States, Canada, The United Kingdom and more, Consensus Strategies has an unparalleled depth of experience and expertise. There is no one answer, no single tool and no one-size-fits-all strategy. Every situation is unique and presents opportunities and threats that must be identified and leveraged to achieve critical objectives. It takes real experience, imagination, teamwork and a multidisciplinary focus to develop and execute a successful strategy… and even more to know when to walk away.
Our clients are industry leading companies and organizations from virtually every industry.
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