Over the weekend, the Trump re-election campaign was hit with a sleeper TikTok campaign that bruised their Tulsa rally. S-3 Group’s Head of Digital, Hastie Afkhami, gives a breakdown of the rally hack and implications for brands. As the S-3 Group wrote in a memo to clients on Monday, it’s not easy to run a stealth social media […]
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Washington, DC (April 20, 2020) — S-3 Group today announced it has fortified its integrated government relations and public affairs consultancy with the addition of Jarad Geldner and Nicole Connolly. Geldner will provide communications, reputation, and public affairs counsel to clients and lead integrated campaigns and media relations for businesses, coalitions, and trade groups. Connolly will provide […]
Congratulations to our team for being recognized as one of Bloomberg Government’s 2019 Top-Performing Lobbying Firms! We are proud to be recognized with this honor for the third time. Read their full report here.
The Vermont senator is in some ways a mystery to K Street. Sanders does not engage with lobbyists much and has few former top staffers on K Street. One, former chief of staff Michaeleen Crowell, is a principal at S-3 Group, a bipartisan public affairs and lobbying firm. Read the full article in The Hill.
Congratulations to our colleagues Rob Collins and Mike Ference for being recognized as 2019’s Top Lobbyists by The Hill. Thank you for your hard work on behalf of our clients!
By S-3 Public Affairs Fact of the Week: The Wall Street Journal reports on Mashable’s big bet on video, noting that Mashable is not alone in this shift. They note that the digital landscape has shifted in recent years, with initial excitement around new outlets leveling off and investors looking for clear returns. The solution: video. “Many companies […]
By: S-3 Public Affairs Fact of the Week: This week the House of Representatives passed all 12 appropriations bills prior to the start of the new fiscal year (October 1) for the first time since 2009. The last time all 12 appropriations bills were enacted prior to the start of the fiscal year was in 1996. Congress is currently operating […]