We're betting you have a project or policy
that requires stakeholder buy-in.
[ and it’s often small, vocal groups or individuals vetoing change ]
[ and they’re the ones showing up in force to public hearings ]
[ and it’s a mix of fact and fiction ]
Mobilizing authentic community influencers
Generating support or opposition
Engaging when it most matters
Managing political affairs and campaign operations
Implementing a communications strategy
Building coalitions of allies
Developing targeted messaging and positioning
Leveraging hyper-local digital platforms
Appealing to the motivations of decision makers
From local government to public-private partnerships and energy and infrastructure,
we stay focused on the strategy to deliver desired results.
From local government to public-private partnerships and energy and infrastructure, we stay focused on the strategy to deliver desired results.
“After losing a bond election, we brought in Turn Corps to develop a long-term public engagement and communications strategy. In a limited amount of time, we’ve been able to restore trust and credibility among our taxpayers and ratepayers, positioning us well for a positive outcome in the near future.”
“We needed to gather input from a diverse set of stakeholders. Bryan and Sara quickly came up to speed and designed and fielded a survey, both online and through canvassing, that yielded double the response we expected. We’re now armed with the data we need to help inform our project in a more thoughtful and strategic way.”
“What should have been a no-brainer public-private partnership turned out to rile up a small, but vocal group of residents. Turn Corps came in at the 11th hour and mobilized citizen influencers to balance the dialogue and ensure a fair hearing before Town Council. Our project was approved.”