How it Works

Affordable campaign management services tailored to your needs – from local government elections to residents’ groups. Our specialism is digital and data-driven campaigning to effect change or win elections.

Join Our Network

Our clients don’t sit in isolation from each other. When you join MRC you are joining a family of campaigners who are able to leverage this network for success through things like skills-matching and resource pooling and exchanges. For example, If you need thousands of leaflets folding and we have a client with a machine we’ll work out a way to get you access to it.

Data Dashboards – and more!

Case study: We recently implemented a Chairman’s Dashboard for a local association that allows the management team to keep a watching brief on a range of key measures such as the age of the membership, its spread and geographic density allowing for more precise membership drives and more focussed committee meetings.

We also provide lead generation forms and momentum-building tools along with integrations such as online payments for events or subscriptions.

Get the experts in

We will help you focus on the parts of the campaign where you can make a difference, rather than being bogged down in management of your campaign machinery – technical and human. 


Success Rate

Success rate is based on definable campaigns (e.g. elections) where we have been appointed in the lead management role (1 general election, 10 local government elections) combined with feedback from our customers telling us whether or not our services contributed to their success. We can report no level of dissatisfaction to date, but the above figure will be updated as part of our commitment to transparency in the campaign management profession.

"Just wanted to say that the session last weekend was excellent. I didn’t expect to come away quite so enthused, to say nothing of relieved that things can actually be done to change the miserable situation we’re in."

Cllr Stephen Bartley from Canterbury Conservatives, after a digital skills workshop held in 2017.

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