Employing Proven Strategies From Startups to Fortune 500 Companies - Keep Pace with the Ever-Evolving World of Tech Policy.
Technology, while pervasive in our society, is constantly changing, improving and redefining itself. As technologies change and evolve, so, too, does the intersection of public policy and technology. Innovative thinking starts here.
We can meet your objectives at the point you need them with bi-partisan subject expertise.
Led by top tech strategist, Alix Burns, Bay Bridge Strategies specializes in helping companies – from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 – keep pace with ever-changing technology innovations and the resulting policy implications. We apply strategic thinking, long-term expertise and dynamic advocacy to serve the needs of our clients.
A Trusted Partner to Industry Leaders.
Bay Bridge Strategies works in sync with Peck Madigan Jones, The Ickes & Enright Group and Tiber Creek Health Strategies – known as the Tiber Creek Group, a unique, independent family of firms.
A sampling of clients include:
Gail Halterman, General Counsel
“Essence Group (including Lumeris and Essence Healthcare) has worked with Peck Madigan Jones/Bay Bridge Strategies/Tiber Creek Group for several years on issues and activities related to our healthcare interests. Throughout our relationship, PMJ/BBS/TCG has been attentive, responsive, and proactive in supporting our business. PMJ/BBS/TCG has always been committed to understanding our business to apply their expertise to support our goals. They are well versed in the regulatory and congressional landscape, creating valuable insights and opportunities for our Companies. Their availability to address any need that arises is comparable to what one would expect for a larger, more well-established client.”
Tim Day, Senior VP, C_TEC
“Alix is an invaluable partner for C_TEC. She offers fresh and creative ideas regarding our strategy and development of our policy agenda. Her Washington DC and California connections proves to be a tremendous asset for my growing technology program at the U.S. Chamber.”