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We do a few things really well and it all starts with an ability to create a compelling narrative that connects an audience you're seeking to influence on a given decision.

Public Affairs Advocacy; Public Relations; Creative Design and Digital Services, and Strategic Marketing are all well within our wheelhouse.

Whether you're seeking to sell tickets to a music festival or amusement park, change a government regulation and legislation, or shape public opinion about a particular issue, we're here to help. 

Broadview sets itself apart with a winner take all approach. We don't take on clients we don't believe in or are not confident we can deliver a win for. But we also aren't afraid to work for controversial clients who have an unpopular perspective they need help advancing.

Many of our clients come to us with a short window and a narrow path to turn things around, and from our experience, no win is sweeter than one no one believes you're going to be able to deliver... before you do. 

The Closest Thing to a Testimonial We've Ever Received

Our clients are the heroes in their stories. We are humble guides who help them achieve the results they are looking for. 

The glory is theirs and theirs alone.


We don't seek, share or accept testimonials. We rarely create case studies, and certainly never do so, within five years of an engagement. That said, we once received an email that summarized the value of our work quite well, and that client invited us to share this message with others. 


Here's part of it:

"What I told Julie [then future client, who reached out to a prominent past client on her own] was the same thing that I told the group when they asked me if they could afford to hire you. I answered, 'We can't afford not to'.

For me, your input was invaluable. I could never have faced all the press without your help and guidance. Your experience in these matters helped our group immensely and I think the majority would say that we did the right thing by hiring you. I also think that if we had to do it again, we'd do the same thing."

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