Partnerships

 

 
The Success Group is the founding sponsor of Impact Ohio.  Since 1984, Impact Ohio has offered information-packed conferences that explore elections, outcomes of the political process, and the policy choices facing Ohio and its communities.  Impact Ohio brings together business, political, and community leaders from around Ohio in forums for policy discussion.  The Success Group’s partners have participated in many Impact Ohio panels throughout the years and continue to support the organization’s mission of bringing together stakeholders to participate in civil and productive conversations.  Each Impact Ohio Conference is co-sponsored with the Ohio Democratic and Republican Parties, allowing for a bipartisan look into the future of policy-making.
 
 
To learn more about Impact Ohio, visit impactohio.org.
   
 

 
 
The Success Group is proud to be The Advocacy Group’s (TAG) Ohio member.  Established in 1992, TAG was the first international public affairs and government relations corporation to provide a diverse array of professional advocacy services throughout the world. TAG is an inter-firm network of independent companies organized as a team and focused on solving public affairs and government relations issues. TAG offers businesses and organizations skilled and reputable advice and advocacy on international, federal, state or local legislative, regulatory or political matters. The responsiveness and flexibility within TAG offers a competitive edge to companies utilizing the network.
 
 
For more on TAG, please visit theadvocacygroup.org.

 

 

The Success Group is proud to be the National Association of State Lobbyists’ (NASL) Ohio member.  NASL member firms provide a broad scope of state legislative lobbyist and other services for clients including the nation’s and states’ top private and publicly owned businesses; national, state and local trade associations; and charitable and nonprofit organizations. Membership in NASL includes the best of the best and is limited to one or two firms from each state.

 

For more on NASL, please visit statelobbyists.org.