Just like a Rubik’s Cube, legislation is composed of interconnected parts. Changing one part can introduce unintended consequences.

July 8, 2024

Rubik’s Dilemma

Interconnectedness and complexity of legislation.

In the journey of business development, challenges are inevitable. However, it’s how we navigate and overcome these challenges that define our success. In this blog post, we’ll delve into some of the most common obstacles businesses face in their development journey and provide practical solutions, tips, and resources to help you overcome them and achieve […]

April 18, 2024

Overcoming Challenges: A Roadmap to Success

Strategies for nonprofit engagement with government.

April 3, 2024

Navigating the Maze: Advocacy Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations

Over the years, Broadmore has built great relationships with local, county, state and congressional elected officials from across Arizona. Recently, we were invited to speak at an event, and we ran into some of our good friends from the Arizona Legislature. President Warren Pettersen, Speaker Ben Toma, and Rep. Beverly Pingerelli. Building strong relationships with […]

September 13, 2023


I am a competitive person by nature.  Regardless of what it may be, I always strive to be the best.   I grew up riding dirtbikes, but gave it up when I was about 12 or so.  It was just too big a cost for my parents to incur. When I moved to Arizona, a friend […]

May 9, 2023

Broadmore Consulting | Crossing the Finish Line Together

Kevin Thompson holding a First Place trophy.

We have always been huge advocates for infrastructure because we believe infrastructure drives economic development and jobs, so in early 2019 when Senator David Farnsworth asked our Principal Kevin Thompson to join his ad hoc committee focusing on infrastructure in the east valley, predominantly roadways, he jumped at the opportunity.  Along with Kevin, the committee […]

April 28, 2023

Broadmore Consulting | Transportation Advocates

Map showing the North-South Freeway alignment.

There are many reasons why you should consider contracting with a consultant, with the most obvious being cost savings. I’ve often made the argument that a consultant can save a company on their bottom line, which is a combination of both direct and indirect costs. A company’s Direct Cost include wages, retirement/pension, medical/dental insurance, payroll […]

April 21, 2023

Should You Hire a Consultant?

Kevin Thompson addressing White House staff on barriers to affordable housing.

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