News from the Advoc8 Team
Two veteran Labor political staffers have taken up roles in the office of the Opposition Leader, bringing a competitive edge to the table.
Sponsorships were once the domain of stadiums and retailers. Now, with good targeting they can improve any advocacy campaign.
Been thinking about taking the plunge with Advoc8? Now is the time.
Win or lose, lots of staff will be looking for something new after an election. Here’s how to recruit one.
The NSW ICAC is seeking public consultation as part of its latest probe into advocacy. We look at what they're examining and how it affects you.
Every meeting is impacted by the ‘type’ of person you’re meeting with. This week we look at the top five personality types and how to spot them.
So the NSW election’s over - what now? Advoc8 outlines the top tips for advocates engaging with new or returning MPs.
'This is not a fringe issue' - Ed Husic MP, Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy
First speeches are a window into the lives of new MPs, and a close reading can give you the edge your advocacy needs.
What should you be mindful of when meeting a Member of Parliament? Advoc8 sits down with former staffer, Mitchell Price, to find out.
Want to help shape the future of Advoc8 and advocacy technology? We want to hear from you!
This week we catch up with Kara Hinesley, hear what it’s like working in Opposition and how advocates can engage with Shadow Ministers.
Present your organisation in a positive light to politicians and staffers across the spectrum. Extend your reach with hard-hitting submissions.
Public polls have become embedded within our political system. But are they a help or a hindrance?
The fact that very few pollies will be taking a break these holidays is good news for advocacy professionals.
New laws are now in place for anyone advocating on behalf of foreign governments and related entities. Could this affect you?