Hardiman-Williams develops and implements communication strategies, issues advocacy campaigns, public relations and marketing campaigns, press releases, and social media strategies to deliver measureable results and get your message heard by the right audience.
Hardiman-Williams offers a full array of graphic design (print and web), information architecture and coding, as well as brochure, postcard, newsletter, annual report, and white paper design and layout.
Hardiman-Williams is a CAE Approved Provider. Every program that we offer which qualifies for CAE credit will clearly identify the number of CAE credits granted for full participation, and we will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies.
Hardiman-Williams plans and delivers dozens of corporate meetings annually ranging in size from small gatherings to larger annual conferences.
The Hardiman-Williams team can provide a full range of issue advocacy and government affairs assistance. From federal level legislative and regulatory representation to assistance at various state capitols, Hardiman-Williams has the resources to be your voice where ever and whenever an issue arises.
For trade and professional associations, membership dues can make up 50% or more of total revenue.
Hardiman-Williams has years of experience in membership sales, service, and program development and can help you avoid common and costly mistakes.
Bookkeeping is a very basic and necessary task for any non profit, but a task that must be done accurately! Hardiman-Williams has worked with CPAs on client audits and tax returns, learning numerous best practices and policies. We utilize the latest version of Quickbooks for our clients to ensure timely and accurate financial statements.
Hardiman-Williams offers a full service "governance audit" to ensure your organization is in compliance with state and federal requirements, corporate bylaws, and board policies.
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