All signs seem to point toward economic and political uncertainty: government spending is expected to decrease, and overall is growth slowing — plus a gridlocked Congress, of course. But even with this grim outlook, there are still opportunities for organizations to make strides in 2023.
From the energy markets where, depending on gas prices, there might actually be bipartisan support for policy, to healthcare and continued discussions around last year's Inflation Reduction Act, which included provisions to lower prescription drug costs for people with Medicare, these sectors will definitely present opportunities to advocate for your issues. Additionally, the technology sector, which continues to face increased scrutiny, and defense spending will definitely be in the spotlight, among many others.
Watch our recorded webinar to hear experts discuss the areas where they see the most opportunity this year, as well as their insights on navigating the current climate and moving the needle on your issues.
What sectors present the most opportunities for lobbying and advocacy this year
Tips to prepare for anticipated political and policy developments
Best practices to influence positive outcomes for your organization
Courtney R. Snowden, Founder and President, Blueprint Strategy Group
Missy Edwards, Founder and CEO, Missy Edwards Strategies
Stewart Verdery, Founder and CEO, Monument Advocacy
Terri Reynolds, Executive Director, National Black Professional Lobbyists Association
Moderated by Kate Ackley, Senior Staff Writer, CQ and Roll Call