MBI, one of New Jersey’s largest public affairs firm, offers its clients more than 300 years of combined experience in state and local government relations and public relations.
MBI is located on West State Street, just steps away from the State House, in a beautifully renovated century old building. The firm provides legislative lobbying, regulatory intervention, county/municipal relations services, government procurement, grant consulting, associate management, public involvement/community outreach services, and public relations for a variety of prominent corporations, national and state trade associations and professional societies and not for profits.
The diverse interests of its clients have enabled the firm to achieve significant gains across the spectrum of public affairs. They include passage of tort reform laws, replacing food stamps with debit cards, redesigning highway off ramps, shaping the electric deregulation statute to accommodate the state’s second largest utility, organizing the state’s entire commercial fishing industry and protecting casinos from raids by the horse racing industry. Working on such a variety of issues has helped to shape its staff into a versatile team of professionals, able to advocate persuasively in all major areas of government affairs.
MBI also maintains a robust association management practice and currently represents several prominent industries in New Jersey. The firm is well equipped to handle both back room and external aspects of associations. MBI has significant experience establishing new associations and has successfully led the resurrection and complete overhaul of stagnant associations.