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SF Pride 2018 – What You Need to Know

Here in San Francisco, we have the wonderful opportunity to witness the San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration and the Parade on Saturday, June 24th. To reflect upon Pride Month, let's share some interesting facts you may not have known. https://www.instagram.com/p/BkbF9qrAO8W/?taken-by=sfchronicle What is Pride Month about? Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,...

What Challenger Brands Can Learn From The Golden State Warriors

For the casual basketball fan, it may seem like the Golden State Warriors have always been on top. But before Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, and Steph Curry you would be hard-pressed to find another team trying to emulate the Warriors or building a...

SF Small Business Week: Celebrating Our Favorite Small Businesses

This week is San Francisco Small Business Week! With more than 85,000 small businesses and entrepreneurs in the city alone, our team is constantly supporting (and celebrating) small businesses. Whether it be the niche market or family-owned feel, SF's small businesses keep our community together and...

Putting the “Fun” in “Fun Event”

We're not a regular public relations agency, we're a fun public relations agency.  One of the quotes often heard in the office is “we work hard and play hard in the Bay Area.” Each quarter we take a break from pitching media, redesigning websites, and drafting social...

5 Qualities of Long-term Company/Agency Engagements

Finding a PR agency is tough. Finding a PR agency that specializes in your field, is within budget and has time to take on a new client is even tougher. Many of you probably start by searching something along the lines of "SF PR agency"...

How to Reclaim Productivity in Your Meetings

Meetings. Those blocks of time intended for collaboration with teammates, providing updates on tasks and divining clarity on last-minute questions, but instead become timesheet approved opportunities to zone out. If not led properly, meetings have the ability to be the number one detractor to workplace productivity. One...