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Our Firm

Since 2006, T. Thomson & Associates, LLC has been a trusted partner to business and not-for profit organizations to help them develop and realize strategic goals, manage change, risk and reputations, whether it involves complex international transactions, impacts of government policies and regulations, or a crisis situation.

We view every client engagement, large or small, as a commitment to achieving the best possible results. Our goal is to be a reliable partner that is always looking ahead to identify risks and opportunities for clients, and helping them to develop and implement strategies to achieve business goals, as well as build organizational resilience to withstand rapid technological changes and political and economic disruptions of today’s global economy.

New York Times Columnist and author of the “The World is Flat”, Thomas Friedmen writes that “the global competitive playing field is being leveled… It is now possible for more people than ever to collaborate and compete in real time with more other people on more different kinds of work from more different corners of the planet and on a more equal footing than at any previous time in the history of the world” read more

Advisory Services

Business Consulting

Geopolitical Risk Analysis – Understanding perceptions and views held by political decision-makers and influencers, and possible impacts of trends and unplanned events, are critical for making strategic decisions on current and potential strategic initiatives. We assess risk factors at the global, country and at the firm levels. The geopolitical risk analysis services offered include identifying and analyzing the role of key political decision-makers and influencers on policies, legislation and regulations affecting an organization’s strategy and business operations. The connections between decision-makers, influencers, issues are mapped to illustrate their connections and influence. Probabilities for key events to occur are established. Further analysis is conducted to provide insights into motivations, trends and other factors that could affect political and business decision-making processes and actions. Best, worst and likely scenarios are developed on policies, issues and possible disruptions that could impact political stability and the business/investment climate. Risk mitigation strategies are developed and monitored after implementation. read more

Blog

The Road to Quality Patents

The noisy legislative debate on patent reform in the U.S. Congress is without a doubt critical to America’s long-term economic future. Patents are engines for economic productivity.  Countries that encourage inventors and entrepreneurs to patent their innovations will be among the winners in the highly competitive global marketplace.  That’s why the stakes are so high in the outcome of the current legislative deliberations on patent reform bills in the U.S. Congress. The America Invents Act of 2011 introduced significant reforms to the patenting process, as well as controversy.  The bill’s “first to...

Contact

T. Thomson & Associates, LLC
3210 Ferndale St.
Kensington, MD 20895
(202) 340-9596
info@tthomsonassociates.com

Industry Sectors

T. Thomson & Associates, LLC provides strategic advice and services to a wide range of American and international companies and not-for-profit organizations. The matters that we address in a majority of our client engagements are confidential in nature. Thus, we do not publicize the names of our clients. The industry sectors we have served include:

High tech hardware and software companies

Energy industry: oil, gas and nuclear

Consumer products

Financial, investment and banking

Aerospace

International donor-lender organizations

Government – U.S. and Foreign

Real estate/Land development

Business consulting

Pharmaceuticals/Biotech

Hospitality

Trade associations and NGOs

Public-private partnerships

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