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Spotlight   Strong-Bridge Consulting Named as One of Nation's Fastest Growing Companies Third Year in a Row
Strong-Bridge Consulting ranks # 2891 out of 5,000 of America’s fasting growing private companies for 2014. Strong-Bridge announced that it has made the Inc. 500/5000 list for 2014, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy--America's independent entrepreneurs.   Learn more

Spotlight   Strong-Bridge is proud to once again be a Gold Sponsor of the Many Lights Foundation
Strong-Bridge Consulting joins Washington’s 17th Attorney General, Rob McKenna in support of Hope Lights, a multigenerational community designed to provide children in kinship and foster care with permanent homes.   Learn more

Spotlight   Strong-Bridge is a proud sponsor of Will Ferrell live at Meany Hall to help kids battling cancer get scholarships.
Actor and Comedian “Will Ferrell… and some other people” • Friday, September 19, 2014 at 7:30pm • University of Washington, Meany Hall, Seattle, Washington • Cancer for College (CFC) was founded in 1994 by Craig Pollard, a two-time cancer survivor, to raise scholarship dollars to assist cancer survivors in reaching their goal of a college education. Click the link to purchase your tickets and learn more.   Learn more

Spotlight   Strong-Bridge Makes The Inc. Build 100 List
Inc. Magazine announced that Strong-Bridge Consulting is a member of The Build 100, the only full service consulting firm to make the list. Members of The Build 100 are an elite group of companies that experienced sustained growth while adding head count for five consecutive years, from 2007 to 2012 – a period during which the country experienced one of the worst economic recessions in history. “It's a remarkably difficult standard to meet” said Inc. Executive Editor Scott Leibs: “Fewer than 1.5 percent of companies made the cut.”   Learn more