For nearly two decades, DDC has helped clients navigate the legislative, regulatory, and policy landscapes. From Main Street to Wall Street to K Street–and anywhere around the world–DDC designs, execute and manage advocacy programs that shape public opinion, sway decision-makers, and affect outcomes in the legislature, the press, the board room, and the public eye.
Since 1996, DDC’s technology has served as the standard in public affairs. Today, its a full-service international public affairs firm creating custom-designed stakeholder communities and strategic communications campaigns that integrate technology, data-driven solutions and political expertise.
“DDC has established itself as a valuable partner for many corporate clients and leading trade associations facing critical public policy issues,” said B.R. McConnon, founding partner, Chairman, and CEO of DDC. “Over the years, we’ve found value in partnering with groups like the New England Council, because it allows us to connect with regional leaders who are helping drive successful business and policy decisions that have a big impact both regionally and nationally.”
With active engagements in 16 countries, DDC employs 145 employees and a network of more than 400 associates throughout the world, executing custom-designed engagement programs and advocacy campaigns for corporate, government, non-profit, and trade association clients.
Among its comprehensive suite of services and products, DDC offers advocacy strategy, global and local in-district campaigns, digital engagement targeting and recruitment, outreach and communications technology, PAC compliance, public relations, social media engagement, and government services. Find out more at www.ddcpublicaffairs.com.
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