Breaking news from the Acela traveling back to Boston after just picking up a wonderful and heavy piece of hardware: InkHouse won PR News’ 2012 Platinum PR Award for Small PR Firm of the Year!
This award recognizes InkHouse’s meteoric growth over the last year, propelled by our progressive approach to creating compelling content for our clients and our ability to capitalize on our proximity to the region’s concentration of technology companies.
As InkHouse’s chief content officer, I was thrilled to accept the award on behalf of the entire agency and all of its hard working employees. My colleague Samantha McGarry claims that I dashed, in heels, to the stage to accept the award. Which is probably true. Every day that I come to work, I am delighted by what InkHouse co-founders Beth Monaghan and Meg O’Leary have established—a workplace that is stimulating, fun, collegial and progressive, and a place where clients can trust in what we do every day for them.
As for Small PR Firm of the Year, the competition was fierce. Henson Consulting also won the award, among other finalists Airfoil Public Relations, HORN, Schnake Turnbo Frank PR and Walker Sands Communications.
Thanks again to everyone who helped make this happen: those at InkHouse as well as our clients who choose to work with us and give us exciting stories to tell—including this one.