Edward Banayoti established the Canadian Association of Political Consultants (CAPC), which is the professional organization for people working in the field of politics in Canada.
The Canadian Association of Political Consultants have joined together to raise the standards of practice in political consultation, thereby enhancing the political process and improving public confidence in the Canadian political system. CAPC is committed to providing professional guidance, assistance, and education to members as they develop the skills, techniques, and business procedures required for successful political consultation. As well as establishing and maintaining a high standard of ethical conduct through membership education and the establishment and promotion of a workable Code of Professional Ethics for members.
At Canadian Association of Political Consultants (CAPC) we are highly involved in helping inform the news media, educational institutions, political organizations, and the general public about the value of political consultation and its contribution to the political process. To place particular emphasis in our work on reaching out to involve and educate young people in the art of political consultation and in the benefits it brings to the practice of democracy.
The Canadian Association of Political Consultants (CAPC) membership consists of political consultants, media consultants, pollsters, campaign managers, corporate public affairs officers, professors, fund-raisers, lobbyists, congressional staffers and vendors and is open to everyone associated with politics from the local level to the federal level. The profession of political consulting as its own niche is a very recent phenomenon, taking its place alongside computer gurus and television reporters as a career that has come of age.
For more information, please contact:
Edward Banayoti for firstname.lastname@example.org
Canadian Association of Political Consultants
Suite 1513, 4 Robert Speck Parkway,
Mississauga, ON L4Z1S1, Canada.