Insight into the world of tech, marketing and PR.

August 2, 2017

How solid media coverage translates into sales

Strategically placed media coverage can translate into tangible business results. Learn more about how good press can build pipeline and give you more than just third […]
May 8, 2017

Risky business: How to handle PR nightmares

Is all press good press? Sincerity is the key to recovering from public relations crises. Corporate Ink shares how to master crisis management. In the last […]
April 12, 2017
Bean Pod podcast

PR for robots? Why robotics companies need to take advantage (Podcast)

The robotics industry is set to grow to more than $130 billion in just two years. Gil Haylon joined The Bean Pod to discuss the challenges […]
February 13, 2017

Clients are successful at PR when…

Having spent the better part of 20 years working in PR agencies I can tell you that one of the most common discussions with new clients […]
January 24, 2017

A practical guide to networking in PR and marketing

Love it or hate it, networking is a critical component to growing your professional career. Whether you’re looking for a job or just want to meet […]
January 9, 2017

Corporate Ink’s top 16 of 2016

In 2016, we saw a lot of big changes at Corporate Ink: From new digs to new clients to new employees, the year was one of […]
November 28, 2016

Four tips for maintaining work-life balance in PR

It’s no secret that managing work, relationships and extracurricular activities can be a challenge. At Corporate Ink, we stress the importance of unplugging and relaxing, because […]
November 21, 2016
marketing tech, b2b

Innovation Women conference: Empowering women to succeed in public speaking

Last month, some of the ladies of Corporate Ink had the chance to attend an event hosted by Innovation Women and Women Entrepreneurs Boston (WE Bos). […]
November 15, 2016

What you can learn from Samsung’s (literal) meltdown

Samsung has been in the hot seat lately – literally. Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 crisis made headlines last month as reports arose of devices inexplicably catching fire. […]