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Beth Monaghan

Beth Monaghan
Beth co-founded InkHouse in 2007 with Meg O’Leary, and together they have grown it into one of the fastest growing PR firms in the nation. Beth directs media and content strategy for innovative companies, both large and small. A widely cited expert, Beth recommends PR programs rooted in thoughtful viewpoints and authentic storytelling. She believes that PR measurement is imperative, that great stories start with why not what, and that press releases should be news stories not marketing collateral. Her views have been featured in Boston.com, Business Insider, PR Week, the Associated Press, PR News, Ragan’s PR Daily, Bulldog Reporter, among others. Outside and inside the office, Beth is a passionate advocate for equality. She served as an appointee to Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s Women in the Workplace Task Force and sits on the Women’s Network Advisory Board for the Boston Chamber of Commerce. Her views about strategies for building women’s workplace confidence have been featured in TIME, Forbes, NPR and NBC News. Beth sits on the board of directors of Xconomy, an online publication dedicated to the high-tech economy, and is also a member of the Director’s Circle for GrubStreet, one of the nation’s leading creative writing centers.
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Should Businesses Take A Stance on the #ParisAgreement?

Yesterday, President Trump announced that the U.S. was going to pull out of the Paris Climate agreement. In short order, Elon Musk and Disney’s Bob Iger left Trump’s advisory council, and Apple’s Tim Cook slammed the decision saying it was “wrong for our planet” and asserting Apple’s commitment to fight climate change. These are the most recent examples of what we at InkHouse see as the age of...

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Welcome to InkCast!

Today, I’m thrilled to debut InkCast, InkHouse’s podcast. Back at the beginning of the year, we predicted that 2017 would be the year of audio - and we are walking the talk. You can expect InkCast to explore the essence, culture and business of communications. Please subscribe and enjoy!

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InkHouse Celebrates International Women's Day

Today marks International Women’s Day, and also, A Day Without a Woman. At InkHouse, our employees are free to choose how they want to participate in this action. Throughout the day, our offices will be celebrating our women and supporting the women in our communities.

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What International Women's Day Means for InkHouse

Wednesday, March 8 is International Women’s Day, and this year, it’s a A Day Without A Woman, brought to us by those who organized the Women’s March On Washington. When I marched in Boston on Jan. 21 with my two young daughters, I told them they would remember the day forever and that their children would read about it in their history books. Their signs said, “I Count” and “Girls’ Rights Are...

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InkHouse Opens Providence, Rhode Island Office

Today, we’re excited to announce that InkHouse has opened an office in Providence, Rhode Island! Located in the heart of downtown, our new office will help us better serve our growing list of Rhode Island-based clients as well as our many Massachusetts-based clients who have offices there. It will also provide us the opportunity to create new business relationships within the community.

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