BIPAC brings the business community together, virtually and literally. We develop ways for you to learn the latest developments about grassroots programming, political happenings, PAC strategies and technological advancements, with maximum efficiency for your demanding schedule.
Monthly webinars provide timely analysis of campaigns, filings, primaries, election strategies and the general political landscape. Ad-hoc events are scheduled depending on a need-to basis. Conference call participation is available at no additional cost. For more information, contact Melissa Craig.
Many of our members who are engaged in PAC activities often have a great interest in knowing what others in the field are doing. Many PAC professionals are the sole employees in their organization who have the responsibility of running the PAC. Therefore, we often see the desire among those in PAC positions to be able to bounce ideas off of those who are in similar professions. Each quarterly roundtable is dedicated to a specific topic and provides a forum where PAC professionals can engage in conversation with their peers to find out what others in the field are doing, exchange ideas, and gain new information. PAC Roundtables are included in BIPAC memberships. For more information, contact Kelsey Moncrief.
Barometer Breakfasts offer your senior staff the opportunity to meet with members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives – in an informal, off-the-record setting - on issues of interest to the business community. Attendance is limited to the first 30 responses. Eight to fourteen breakfasts are typically scheduled per year. Barometer Breakfasts are reserved for Founder level members. For more information, contact Terri Bogert.
State Deployment Partner Strategic Planning
This annual gathering of state business organizations from around the nation is the premier opportunity for you to see and learn about what other states are accomplishing with their grassroots and political programming; the new technologies, tools and resources available to state organizations; political and analytical perspectives to help inform planning and direction for next year’s elections; and BIPAC's plan for P2 and related programming for the next cycle. For more information, contact Dalexi Carrillo.
Friends of Adam Smith Dinner
Charged to research and promote the historical and relevant link between politics, public policy and economic freedom, the Friends of Adam Smith highlights the role of business and business leadership in both the private and public sector. The annual Friends of Adam Smith dinner is a "can't miss" event. For more information, contact Terri Bogert.
The Friends of Adam Smith is a not-for-profit, fully incorporated foundation, exempt from federal income tax within the guidelines of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. That exemption allows contributions to the foundation to be fully tax deductible as a charitable expense and permits the Friends of Adam Smith to pursue and accept donations from other charitable foundations.