InkHouse is thrilled to welcome Keith Giannini and Dan O’Mahony as our two newest VPs. Both our Boston and San Francisco offices are growing fast – and having Keith and Danny join our team means that we can continue to deliver the kind of service our clients have come to expect from us. While we continue to grow across all our practice areas – from consumer to real estate – our tech practice continues to thrive. So we are psyched to have two more seasoned tech PR pros on board.
Keith Giannini joins InkHouse Boston from MSLGROUP (formerly Schwartz Communications), where he worked with emerging growth and publicly traded companies across enterprise technology and cleantech markets, ranging from big data to the cloud to mobile to energy management. Keith has jumped in at InkHouse, leading clients from Fortune 500 to fresh startups, and adopting the agency’s culture, from supporting his colleagues to becoming fluent in sarcasm. Familiar with more acronyms than he would like to admit, Keith is great at helping clients distill complex technologies into consumable story lines and thought leadership campaigns that help them connect with their audiences. Keith is a graduate of the marketing honors program at InkHouse client Bentley University. When not focused on helping his clients build brand awareness across all forms of media, Keith is spending time with his two kids, attending concerts (no Miley Cyrus) and keeping up with the latest championship from Boston’s sports teams.
At InkHouse San Francisco, Dan O’Mahony has come on board to help Jason Morris manage the awesome growth we are seeing in San Francisco. When Danny arrived on day one and started his day working on a client launch strategy and finished the day pitching CRM trades for another client's product launch, we knew we had the right guy on board. Before InkHouse, Dan worked at LaunchSquad; and before that at Schwartz Communications (acquired by MSLGROUP in 2011). Dan’s worked with clients ranging from cleantech to information security to memory hardware, to name just a few. Dan grew up in Marin County – just on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge - and now lives in San Francisco. When he’s not working, Dan enjoys living and breathing San Francisco sports, searching for the best burrito in the city and enjoying all of the outdoors activities the Bay Area has to offer.