The Bulleit Group is an established, San Francisco-based strategic communications firm, founded in 2012 by Kyle Arteaga and Alex Hunter. From the beginning, we’ve helped our clients tell stories that matter and helped solve some of their most complex communications and reputation challenges.
Whether you’re launching an AI-powered enterprise application, autonomous vehicle or a advanced robotics platform, we’ll make sure that your announcement will turn heads. If you just received funding, or want to head out to raise with more validation, we’ll lend a hand. And if you’re running full speed ahead, we’ll help you extend your reach with fresh content, innovative angles, and plum positioning for industry events.
Our team in San Francisco, Nashville, Portland, and Washington, D.C. consists of anthropologists, data scientists, physicists, politicos, athletes, and journalists all turned master storytellers. Our creative studio is built to create bespoke multimedia content. We get fired up when uncurbed experimentation leads to reinvention.
“We know the importance of choosing the right partners. So when it came to telling the Orbital Insight story we chose The Bulleit Group. They understood our goals and built the program around that. As a result, we’ve been flooded with requests from prospective customers, partners and investors.”
“The Bulleit Group takes the view that media attention is the byproduct of a great narrative — an axiom that’s often overlooked in the publicity frenzy of tech PR.”
“I wasn’t entirely convinced I needed a PR firm, but Bulleit convinced me and I’m beyond thrilled I decided to work with them. The high level of senior team involvement, willingness to dig in and get their hands dirty and ability to simply get things done are unparalleled and have helped raise the Flexport brand tremendously.”
“When providing examples of its work, furthermore, Bulleit manages to circle the outcome back to an actual business objectives like stock price, business and partnership leads generated and sales goals.”
“They introduced me to almost every aspect of their jobs, from press briefings to pitches to awards and speaking. No matter what company or assignment they were working on, each person used a combination of industry knowledge, creative thinking, and collaborative work to do their jobs.”
A porridge-eating, directionally-challenged news junkie, Kyle used to chase crop footage and hobo graffiti for a living. Now, he helps companies tell their most captivating stories.
Alex spends his time on the company’s image, management, and operations as well as encouraging and motivating employees via esoteric Arrested Development gifs.
When she’s not guiding the Nashville office to new heights, Kelly is often spotted chasing her two beautiful, beguiling children in the indefensible Southern heat.
You might find Leslie fighting for equal rights or wrangling a massive spreadsheet. Either way she is known for dogged determination and her data-driven philosophies.
Stephanie comes up with creative media relations strategies for clients and has a healthy obsession with dogs, college basketball, tacos from Taqueria Cancun, and Crossfit.
Courtney loves working with startups and digging into deep tech. As a ride-or-die Nashvillian, her other interests include live music, being crafty, and her pup, Buster.
When he’s not singing at his desk or swivel chair dancing, Paul is working with his clients on finding the best global speaking opportunities to share their innovation.
Former fashion blogger turned tech PR pro, Kimberly is a media maverick who believes in early morning workouts, healthy eating, and giving back to the community.
Known affectionately as “Chibby,” Rachel will outgun you on any long-distance run and then buy you a microbrew as consolation afterwards—just ask Hunter.
Despite her lack of height, Cate is never short on ideas. A metallic shoe collector and pun enthusiast, her idols include Leslie Knope, Oprah and Notorious RBG.
Hannah puts her perfectionist nature to good use by keeping her accounts organized and focused. Outside of work, she is on a lifelong quest to find the world’s best guacamole.
When not being confused for her identical twin, Taylor is securing speaking opportunities all around the world. She spends the majority of her free time eating, so ask her for restaurant recs.
A former teacher and forever linguist, Alysia keeps one eye on the news, one in a sci-fi book, and the other two searching for press and content opportunities for her clients.
Our own resident Okie from Muskogee (except that she is from Tahlequah), Ashley is known for running trails before dawn and jumping on planes to random places spontaneously.
As the Bulleit Group’s youngest and furriest member of the team, Daisy has a short attention span and a tendency to chew up coverage reports. But gosh darn it, ain’t she cute?
Our employees have been part of campaigns that have won the industry’s top awards, including United Nation’s Award, IPRA Golden World Award, CIPRA — InsidePR’s Creativity in PR Award, and the Silver Anvil from the PRSA. In 2016, The Bulleit Group was nominated for Tech Agency of the Year by the Holmes Report.