Lobbying is an obvious, common and necessary tool available to any entity (company, association, industry, interest group) which deems necessary to present risks posed by existing or planned regulatory or administrative barriers.
It, however, requires an intimate knowledge of legislative and decision making procedures, proficiency in application of lobbying methods and detailed acquaintance with operation characteristics of a relevant legislative or decision-making body. Numerous entities have to cooperate in order to perform an effective lobbying campaign. It requires a perfect coordination. Initiation of lobbying activities on the initial stage of a legislative or decision-making procedure significantly increases chances of success.
UNILOB experts have the necessary know-how and experience in preparation and implementation of lobbying campaigns in compliance with applicable provisions of law and lobbying methods as required to obtain goals agreed with a customer.
Monitoring and analysis of risks posed by new regulatory initiatives, draft regulations or administrative decisions
Monitoring and analysis of legislative and decision-making processes are major sources of information for large economic entities, industrial associations, organizations of entrepreneurs, associations and for all institutions and groups of citizens, whose operating effectiveness, business costs, profits or losses significantly depend on regulatory frameworks or administrative decisions applicable to their respective areas of business.
Monitoring is a long-term activity. An entity engaged in this operation does not have to incur extensive costs to gain a feeling of safety. Monitoring combined with high quality, thorough analysis prevents surprises and gives time to identify and effectively react to unfavorable legislative initiatives or administrative decisions which could obstruct further business operations. Also in this area, which precedes any potential lobbying activities, UNILOB experts have extensive experience. Professional prudency and experience prove that prior activities often determine effectiveness and eventual success of lobbying campaigns. Monitoring is crucial here.