Lobbyists ensure that other lobbyists do not work as they please. Lobbyists also follow that political decision-making and decision-makers themselves act as they intend to act.
Professional lobbyists follow the rules and laws. They look after that other lobbyists are doing the same. Lobbyists are vital when topics divide decision makers or the people in camps with conflicting interests. Lobbyists help the parties find common ground for continuing discussions.
The world does not need less lobbying. There is a need to bring in the skills, tools and opportunities associated with lobbying to reach different groups. Different perspectives are needed. It is in the interests of political decision-making and of all of us.
Stay up-to-date with your organisation's actions and keep track of your metrics. At a glance, get a clear picture of upcoming and past stakeholder meetings, as well as the topics and background memos of the meetings.
Design, track, and report on long- term and ad-hoc lobbying projects in one place. Enhance your team's internal communications and coordinate work with other teams. Lobster helps to avoid duplication of work.
Stay up to date with all of your organisation's lobbying projects and stakeholder meetings. Design plans and projects for your entire organisation. Know which stakeholders and when people from your organisation have met and are meeting.
Identify, plan and map your goals to focus on the issues and policies relevant to you. Save time and get the results through better coordination of efforts.
At the core of lobbying are connections. Which focus groups do people belong? Who should you talk? Who has the ear of the person you are reaching?
In-depth analyses and background reports, created by you, accessible realtime by your team or your customers.
Lobster helps focus on the essential.