Public Policy Holding Co. posted 28.2 percent revenue growth to $99M in 2021, a year that included completion of an IPO and listing on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market of small and medium-sized growth companies.
The firm, which consists of US-PA/lobbying firms Crossroads Strategies, Forbes Tate Partners, Seven Letter, O’Neill & Associates and Alpine Group Partners, recorded a 48.6 percent jump in pre-tax profit to $31.8M.
PPHC chairman Simon Lee expects continued momentum throughout 2022 as his firm’s services become critical to corporate leaders and trade groups trying to navigate the outcomes of the mid-term elections in the House and Senate and key governor races.
The firm wrapped up 2021 with more than 730 clients, of which 347 generated revenues in excess of $100K.
It recently bolstered its PA firepower with the recruitment of Rob Mathias as managing partner at Forbes Tate.
He did an 18-year stint at Ogilvy Public Relations, exiting in 2017 as regional CEO of North America.