Lobbying Boutiques v. The Bigs

The Hill reports that boutique lobbying firms are holding their own in terms of revenue.

“There is an increasing recognition that smaller firms hustle more and can do things at a lower price point,” said Stewart Verdery, founder of Monument Policy Group, which saw a roughly 15 percent growth in business. “We have eight people and no support staff. We don’t pay for a whole contingent of secretaries and researchers.”

Scott Parven, of Parven Pomper Strategies Inc., said his clients benefit from having all six of the firm’s staffers working on every contract.

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