Building trusted relationships with customers can mean repeat sales, referrals to new customers, and advocacy engagement on behalf of your corporate policy agenda. SevenTwenty helps Fortune 500 companies and their trade associations recruit, educate and mobilize their customers, employees, vendors and suppliers to advocate for brands and their advocacy agendas.
We approach campaigns with a customized, strategic mix of technology, creative and on-the-ground resources to create solutions that deliver results for your organization.
Grassroots is about more than feet on the street. It can help open new markets and opportunities—even for the most sophisticated industry players. Learn how SevenTwenty Strategies worked with Southwest Airlines to Set Love Free and open international gates at Hobby Airport. We love LUV. Watch the video.
Our award-winning responsive websites ensure your advocates are one click away from writing elected officials, registering to vote, or emailing the media in support of your agenda. View a live sample of our work.
Our branding schemes meet the highest corporate standards and are strategically aligned with your core brand guidelines. Our social media campaigns drive traffic, engagement and awareness of your issues. And we're happy to share how.
Our deep experience working with the Fortune 500 means we understand how to meet IT data security requirements and create a brand-worthy viewing experience, whether your stakeholders view your site on a smart phone, tablet, laptop or desktop.
Social media is now a significant digital advocacy opportunity to engage lawmakers and their staff. In fact, a survey of congressional offices conducted by the Congressional Management Foundation found three-fourths of senior House and Senate staff said that just one to 30 unique posts on social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter were sufficient to garner their attention. We help organizations create their advocacy accounts in social media, identify congressional followers and connections, and create an editorial calendar and content strategy to build social media relationships with Congress.
Our track record includes helping big box retailers mobilize customers in store, building responsive issue advocacy websites to recruit and educate brand employees, creating in-depth stakeholder maps that show the economic footprint of a retailer in congressional and legislative districts nationwide, and launching corporate social responsibility campaigns that encourage customers and employees to register to vote and vote on Election Day.
Washington, DC is a complex media marketplace, where relationships mean everything and where targeted outreach can span paid, earned and social media for print, online, radio, television and metro advertising. From engaging beltway reporters, to creating partnerships with think tanks and sponsoring congressional briefings, SevenTwenty Strategies knows media.