FLEXIBLE, AGILE, AND FIERCELY DECISIVE—ANYTHING BUT PREDICTABLE
Third party groups can be leveraged to reinforce messages, build relationships with like-minded influencers, and achieve policy goals. Ferox helps clients identify the right third parties and determine the best approach to engage them.We map out stakeholders, conduct extensive bipartisan research, and devise imaginative solutions to build support and trust. From there, we develop compelling messaging plans, create issue campaigns, engage media sources, and form impactful public-private partnerships.We bring to the table longstanding relationships with a wide range of third party groups and years of experience galvanizing advocates from communities, nonprofits, private foundations, associations, and businesses.Our team is skilled at creating an echo chamber for ideas throughout the Beltway and beyond. We empower clients to bring communities and local influencers together to create successful client-driven outcomes.
Ferox’s third party engagement capabilities extend far beyond bilateral relationships between clients and third party groups. We have experience convening influential coalitions that advance our clients’ legislative, regulatory, and policy goals. Drawing on our deep relationships with a wide range of associations and businesses, our team is well-positioned to recruit diverse organizations to promote clients’ needs. We bring the right people into the room, including prominent businesses, trade associations, membership-based organizations, and more. In doing so, we amplify clients’ professional reputations and help them gain recognition as industry leaders. Translating the voices within a coalition into the single voice of the coalition can be painstaking, but unity is essential to influence in Washington and beyond. Ferox helps clients unify stakeholders and power-players in order to influence congressional members, federal agencies, and lawmakers at the federal, state, and local level.
Ferox Strategies offers access to
- Businesses and business groups
- Civic engagement organizations
- Elected officials at the state, local, and federal levels
- Education groups
- Health groups
- Labor groups
- Non-governmental organizations
- Trade associations, and more