Media 2013 and Older Media Relations The company has extensive experience with members of the media. Through issue management and opinion placement in print media, your company can be in a position to win public opinion. Keeping Employees Engaged in Operations is Good Business October 2011 - Phoenix Business Journal Chad has held several high profile positions, including the Vice President of Public Affairs and Economic Development for the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. Click Here to Read More Senate Panel Debates ‘Seductive Evils’ of U.N. Sustainability Doctrine February 2013 - Arizona Capital Times When the United Nations legislation conflicts with state policy and laws, this is where a passionate and expert government relations consultant can make a difference. Chad spoke as the president of the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, speaking about the possibilities of Arizona adopting its own sustainable practices. Click Here to Read More Alarm Industry at Odds over Fingerprinting, State Regulations April 2013 - Phoenix Business Journal The legislature and small business needs could be in conflict; this is where a government lobby could help change a law. In this piece Chad represented the Greater Phoenix Chamber, writing on behalf of small businesses. Click Here Time Isn't On Our Side October 2013- Phoenix Business Journal Daylight savings time is a contested issue across the United States. Chad was quoted in this article, citing his experience with businesses and as an American lobbyist. Click Here to Read More Confronting a 21st Century Challenge with New Academic Standards November 2013 - Arizona Capital Times One of Chad’s pieces that focuses on education and potential business opportunities in Arizona. The government lobby that helps decide education and economic growth in Arizona and the wider interaction between states is important in this context. Click Here to Read More Appeals Court Upholds Injunction on Campaign Finance Law October 2013 - Phoenix Business Journal “Chambers of commerce and other business groups backed the state bill, which increased how much candidates can raise in Arizona offices. It also removed limits on how much individuals, businesses and other organizations can donate to a candidate’s election cycle.” Click Here Your Name Please enter your name. Your Organization and Title Please enter a subject. Your Email Please enter a valid email. Your Phone Please enter a valid phone number. What Help With Media Do You Need Please enter a message. Send Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again.