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’Seven Small Jewels’ For 2007


HINGHAM, Mass. - The Saint Consulting Group, a management consulting firm that specializes in winning zoning and land use battles for global and national companies, has been named one of Consulting Magazine’s “Seven Small Jewels for 2007.” The annual feature ranks up-and-coming consulting firms that are advancing big ideas and energizing the profession.

The winning firms are profiled in the April 2007 issue. “We were thrilled to learn that Saint Consulting was chosen as one of Consulting Magazine’s ‘Seven Small Jewels’, said P. Michael Saint, Chairman and CEO. “Our expertise is in analyzing local political climates anywhere in the world. We have a 90% success rate in winning land-use battles by creating and implementing innovative political campaign strategies for our clients. We look forward to forging working relationships with other management consulting firms.”

For the past twenty three years, Saint Consulting has successfully used its staff of highly seasoned and experienced political campaign professionals to dominate the zoning and land-use battles arena, while providing clients with anonymity, public approval, and protection from unwanted competition Clients are primarily drawn from real estate development organizations (commercial, retail and residential), national and regional retailers and commercial enterprises that need local permission to build or operate.

“We worked on 210 billable projects just in January of this year alone,” said Saint, who founded the company in 1983. “As far as we know, we’re the largest form of this kind in the world. We are just scratching the surface. Every Western-style democracy has these kinds of issues.”

The firm has been actively engaged on more than 950 projects worldwide, serving clients from 13 offices in the U.S., and offices in London and Toronto.


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