InkHouse has so very many things for which we are thankful in 2014. We opened our San Francisco office, and we’ve won some gratifying awards for our work, our approach, our growth, and our culture. None of this would be possible without two things: our team and our clients.
When we started InkHouse back in 2007, a few clients took a chance on us. Seven years and 70 employees later, we don’t take success for granted. We are grateful for our growing list of clients who trust us to tell their stories to the world. Our people make that important work possible, and they make InkHouse a great place to work. We stand on their shoulders and the view is gorgeous.
Back in 2010, I began an annual Thanksgiving post tradition. You can read back through the years (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010) but this year, we changed up the format. I asked each person to list the one thing or moment for which they are most grateful. Watch their responses above. Happy Thanksgiving!
Since the early days working around her kitchen table, Beth has grown Inkhouse into one of the top independent PR agencies in the country. She’s been named a Top Woman in PR by PR News, a Top 25 Innovator by PRovoke, and an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. Beth designed Inkhouse’s signature Storytelling Workshop to mirror the literary hero’s journey and to unearth the emotional connections that bind an audience to a brand or idea. She also uses narratives to build Inkhouse’s culture, most recently through two books of employee essays, “Hindsight 2020” and “Aren’t We Lucky?”