Thinkshift Communications

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    Thinkshift was founded the classic way: over cocktails, on a napkin. That adventurous “why not?” spirit continues to animate our work, grounded by a commitment to results. We’re creative and analytical, with a history of delivering real business benefits. We’re genuine storytellers who will bring the heart of your brand to life. Whether we’re developing a brand platform, thought leadership strategy or content marketing program, we believe sustainability needs to be sexy. Not underwear-model sexy, but cool, fun, irresistible. It’s why we’re part of a global movement to get sustainability out of the good-for-you ghetto and speed the shift to sustainable business. We’re proud to be a Certified B Corporation.
    HQSan Francisco, CA, US

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    Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)3
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    Key People/Management at Thinkshift Communications

    Gail Nelson-Bonebrake

    Gail Nelson-Bonebrake

    Copy Editor
    Carolyn McMaster

    Carolyn McMaster

    Sandra Stewart

    Sandra Stewart

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    Thinkshift Communications Office Locations

    Thinkshift Communications has an office in San Francisco
    San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
    582 Market St #905, San Francisco
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    Thinkshift Communications Blogs

    Brands with these 3 PR strategies were more likely to thrive through the pandemic

    Muck Rack’s State of Journalism 2020 and 2021 reports conveniently bookend the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. This year’s survey responses, gathered from almost 2,500 reporters who cover beats from politics (47%) to fashion and beauty (8%), show that no matter what else is going on …

    How the women leaders whose stories we tell are making history

    Many of the enterprises we work with are led by women, and we write about their accomplishments all the time in our newsletter, but we rarely talk about who they are and why they’re poised to achieve big visions. So in honor of women’s history month, here are sketches of women we work with who […] T…

    In an era of ‘information bankruptcy,’ stakes are rising for brand communications

    We are living in an era of information bankruptcy, with a global “infodemic” in which people “don’t know where or who to turn to for reliable information.” That’s what the PR firm Edelman concluded in analyzing its 21st annual Trust Barometer survey. Most of the 33,000 respondents believe government…

    Businesses weigh in on insurrection—to what end?

    The insurrectionist mob assault on the U.S. Capitol prompted the usual spectrum of corporate responses, from Ben & Jerry’s full-throated tweet thread labeling it “a riot to uphold white supremacy” and advocating “not one more day” for the inciter-in-chief to Chevron’s achingly anodyne “We call f…

    Seeking lover of storytelling to join Thinkshift’s team

    Do you love storytelling, have a knack for getting people excited about new ideas and want to make a difference in the world? We have the PR job for you: varied, creative work with inspiring clients who are tackling big environmental and social problems. Thinkshift Communications is a small but migh…

    3 ways to build your brand story through turbulent times

    Think of a company that did something daft this year. Did you wince and then shrug it off with a “well, we’re all struggling to figure things out right now”? Or did you immediately fire off a mean tweet and enjoy some meme-fueled schadenfreude? Either way, you were undoubtedly influenced by the bran…
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    Thinkshift Communications Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Thinkshift Communications founded?

      Thinkshift Communications was founded in 2008.

    • Who are Thinkshift Communications key executives?

      Thinkshift Communications's key executives are Gail Nelson-Bonebrake, Carolyn McMaster and Sandra Stewart.

    • How many employees does Thinkshift Communications have?

      Thinkshift Communications has 3 employees.

    • Who are Thinkshift Communications competitors?

      Competitors of Thinkshift Communications include Global Prairie, Top Drawer and Yulu Public Relations.

    • Where is Thinkshift Communications headquarters?

      Thinkshift Communications headquarters is located at 582 Market St #905, San Francisco, San Francisco.

    • Where are Thinkshift Communications offices?

      Thinkshift Communications has an office in San Francisco.

    • How many offices does Thinkshift Communications have?

      Thinkshift Communications has 1 office.