Harder, better, faster, stronger. That might as well be InkHouse’s motto, and we’ve got the hardware to back it up. In 2015 alone, we’ve been recognized by both The Holmes Report and Boston Business Journal as one of the fasted growing firms in the U.S., as well a best place to work in Boston.
While we can’t give away the recipe to the secret sauce that keeps InkHouse moving along at such a rapid pace, we can tell you what gives InkHouse that special something.
We know it takes one to know one
We grow quickly, and we seek out both clients and employees who are set to do the same. As a public relations firm that has grown 41.3 percent in the last year, we understand the pace and intensity of a fast growing business – and match it.
We keep good company
Our teams love the challenge of driving visibility for companies that we know will be hot, and we look forward to the reward of sticking around to help them grow. We’ve launch award-winning products, written national headlines, and made client executives’ names part of compelling industry dialogues.
We’re growing, without the pains
In less than 8 years, InkHouse has gone from 3-4 employees serving under 10 clients, to nearly 80 employees serving more than 75 clients. Did I mention we’re on two coasts? But that doesn’t mean we aren’t selective; we believe in leveraging employee and client relationships to find and attract new quality members to our teams. And despite the growth, we still know that our co-founders’ doors are always open. In fact, they always make themselves available for client meetings, internal brainstorms, or just some good old wine and cheese at our office happy hours.
Angela is skilled at creating content for clients, and always has her finger on the pulse of the latest media trends. Before InkHouse, Angela worked at PR Newswire’s ProfNet in Jersey City, where she learned to live by the mighty AP Stylebook. Angela graduated from James Madison University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in communication studies. She is most interested in observing the way in which technology is affecting how we communicate.