Last week, Strong-Bridge attended the Digital Customer Experience Strategies Summit in Chicago, put on by the Strategy Institute. Now in its fourth year, the conference had a strong contingent of speakers. From the content and conversations, a clear picture emerged...
who we are
With more than 180 consultants in Seattle, Atlanta, and Toronto (and counting), we’re proud to be a firm that is growing steadily and yet still in touch with our values. Founded in 2003, it was our mission to build a management consulting firm that did things differently. Better. That meant a lot of things, of course. But it was always anchored on our values. In fact, the values we crafted in our charter are the same ones we hold today. Nobody walks around with a laminated sheet under their arm, they just embody them.
Chief among our values is clients first. It means we’ll always do the right thing, even if it isn’t always the best thing for us. That’s because we think doing good business means being good people — never cut throat, money hungry, or glory seeking. We’re also local, and proud of it. We’ve made it our business to make an investment in the communities where we live and work. We like that we don’t get on planes every week. That allows our people to pursue all the things they love. If you haven’t shared stories, a beer, or a good laugh with a Strong-Bridger, give us a call. You’ll see what we mean.
Life at Strong-Bridge
Over the years Strong-Bridge has made a commitment to support local organizations. As a service-oriented business, it’s a natural extension of what we do. Whether it’s a time investment or a financial one, we believe that “doing good” is good business.
Strong-Bridge Consulting and Envision Business Consulting announced today that they will combine, through a majority investment by Bow River Capital Partners. Together, the two firms will offer expanded capabilities and a larger geographic footprint. Envision, a 100-employee management consulting firm,...
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