Bridge Public Affairs Recognized As A Top-Performing Lobbying Firm For Third Consecutive Year

  • Monday, July 18, 2022

For the third consecutive year, Bridge Public Affairs has been named a top-performing lobbying firm in the United States by Bloomberg Government. This national recognition highlights the firm’s expanding lobbying and strategic communications practices that continue to deliver outstanding results for clients, said officials.

In 2019, Bridge was recognized as the country’s fifth most successful new firm and made its debut on the top-performing list. In 2020, the firm was listed again among the top-performing firms in America.

“We are grateful to have the opportunity to partner with a dynamic group of clients who trust Bridge to help address and advocate for a wide variety of issues that are critical to their success,” said Todd Womack, president and CEO of Bridge Public Affairs. “We have a tremendously talented team whose roots run deep in public service and their work ethic and commitment to deliver great results for our clients has been incredibly impactful and gratifying.”

Bridge serves a wide range of clients from multi-national corporations, international NGOs and associations to local community non-profits and start-ups, offering a wide range of public affairs services, including government relations, lobbying, strategic communications, public relations, business development, and general strategic consulting. A sampling of the broad range of clients the firm has and continues to work with is available here.

The Bloomberg Government report is based solely on Lobbying Disclosure Act reports filed during 2021 and does not include non-lobbying revenue.

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