Pros: Leadership is pretty accessible and the organization is fairly flat, everyone gets to drive their own projects, including very junior people. Lots of opportunity to own an entire area of the company. Lots of fraternizing, including happy hours, retreat. Just moved into a new office (yay).
Cons: Crowdskout is a startup, so you've got to be willing to roll with it. Stuff changes fast, and if you can't adapt to need to shift to best serve our product and customers, you could be unhappy.
We are thrilled to announce that Todd Van Etten, Chief Digital Strategist, The Herald Group, will join us on our NEW DATE Monday, April 23 due to inclement weather.
If you have registered for the event and are unable to attend, we will happily refund your payment. Thank you for your support of GAIN and Crowdskout, and apologies for any inconvenience.
Kristine Esposo Telford, Director, External Affairs, Edison Electric Institute
Matthew Wright, Advocacy & Outreach Director, Children’s Hospital Association
Lucy Caldwell, Executive Vice President/Chief Strategy Officer, Crowdskout
We are excited to announce the debut event of GAIN’s new partnership with Crowdskout! For the first event of this quarterly series on thinking outside the beltway, experts will share best practices for integrating grassroots lobbying with direct lobbying. What are the most effective ways to coordinate your grassroots and direct lobbying efforts to achieve success? Learn from the experts! Lunch will be provided. This event has limited seating so register now!
Crowdskout is the CRM and data management platform that powers advocacy and campaigns. Crowdskout helps organizations to move issues and activate supporters by bringing all of their data under one roof to deploy better outreach. Learn more here!
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