Minimizing Burnout and Building Resilience

Co-authored by BRI CEO Giles Shih and Thinc Strategy Partner Karen Albritton. We’ve all been there at some point in the past year – working on a project, staring at the screen, we look at the time and 4,5,6 hours …

Avoiding an Asterisk in 2021

For most businesses, 2020 was not the year they had expected. Many companies went into the year with high expectations, a solid base of work in the books and a healthy new business pipeline. Those expectations were tempered in April …

Congratulations, Kelli!

Congratulations to our very own Director of Consulting Services, Kelli Kiger, on her wedding! Kelli and her husband, Joel Snider got married last month in Atlantic Beach, NC. Below are some photos of the day, feel free to send your …

Thinc Welcomes New Senior Accountant

Thinc Strategy, Inc. is excited to announce that Shannon Phelps has joined their team as a Senior Accountant. “Thinc Strategy has been so welcoming and getting the opportunity to work and grow with the team is such a privilege. I …

Thinc Welcomes New Marketing Director

Thinc Strategy, Inc. is excited to announce that Dustin Starnes has joined their team as Thinc’s Marketing Director. “Thinc Strategy is really just a fantastic group. A team with decades of experience that sincerely puts their clients first; I don’t …

What’s between you and innovation? SledgeDoze it.

You know innovation can improve your business. It can drive growth, improve margins, attract superior talent, and distinguish you from your competitors. You brainstorm, invest and generate new ideas. And yet your business doesn’t seem to change. What’s missing? Perhaps …

[Webinar] Sustainable Growth Through Agility

Today, unless you are one of those fortunate businesses that’s in higher demand (think videoconferencing technology, PPE manufacturers, home office furniture) odds are you’re having to adapt your business to continue to survive and grow. One lesson from this pandemic …

Growth Case Study: Doubling Revenue in 3 Years

THE SITUATION: An established building products company was chugging along with consistent revenue, but wasn’t growing at pace commensurate with a strong market economy. With new leadership on board, the owners sought to accelerate growth. The market for their products …