BerlinRosen has taken a majority stake in Inkhouse, the Boston-based technology PR shop with more than 140 staffers and offices in New York, San Francisco and Seattle.
Founded in 2007, Inkhouse has worked in the artificial intelligence, healthcare, venture capital, climate tech, education, consumer and security spaces.
The firm has represented Xerox, Raytheon, VMware, Dialpad, Harvard University’s Saul Zaentz Early Education Initiative and Incredible Health.
Inkhouse founder/CEO Beth Monaghan believes technology is on the cusp of the next phase of advancement.
She believes AI is having its “iPhone moment, poised to change the way we interact with the world." This is “a moment to invest in our future with new capabilities and partnerships to anticipate what’s next,” Monaghan said.
The partnership with BerlinRosen will provide Inkhouse access to a range of new capabilities (PA, crisis management, DEI, data targeting, influencer marketing, ESG) to take advantages of emerging opportunities.
BerlinRosen now has more than 600 staffers.
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