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The Mach 1 Group Ranked as a Top Women-Owned Business in Austin

Award-winning public affairs and crisis communications firm makes Austin Business Journal’s list for the third year in a row

AUSTIN, TX – (Sept. 21, 2021) The Mach 1 Group (Mach 1), a nationally recognized, award-winning public affairs and crisis management firm has been named one of the Top Women-Owned Businesses by the Austin Business Journal (ABJ) for the third year in a row. The ranking comes on the heels of an incredibly successful Legislative Session and a year of exponential
client growth.

“Mach 1’s goal is to deliver swift and exceptional service to our clients. We’re thrilled to see our team’s hard work continue to be recognized, and it’s a special honor to have such esteemed recognition in an innovative, elite city like Austin,” said Mach 1 Founder and CEO, Katherine McLane.

To be eligible for ABJ’s annual list, firms must be at least 51 percent women-owned and headquartered in Austin. ABJ has featured Mach 1 on the list since 2019.

Mach 1’s expertise comes from years in the toughest communications realms there are: political campaigns, government and crisis management. The firm serves organizations and causes at the crossroads of public opinion and public policy. Mach 1 is highly skilled in media and public relations and puts its expertise to work to position clients, their reputations and offerings in a positive, consistent and credible light, building public support and mobilizing public opinion.

For more information, visit themach1group.com.

Kather

About the Mach 1 Group

Mach 1 is a nationally-recognized, award-winning Austin-based firm serving organizations and individuals whose interests are in the public realm. A certified Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), being 100 percent female-founded and owned, the firm’s team is comprised of communications experts with decades of experience successfully navigating media attention, crisis response, reputation management, branding, legislative and regulatory initiatives and campaigns.

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