SNP begins in the basement of founders Maureen Taylor and Renn Vara’s family home.
Thirty employees, now headquartered in San Francisco’s KQED-FM, produce the very first podcast on record. This cements in place SNP’s mission of helping leaders inspire audiences to action through clear content and memorable delivery.
Dot-com startups crop up and first-time leaders turn to SNP to learn best practices for communicating with their teams.
The dot-com bubble bursts and companies nationwide go under. Staying true to its founding mission, SNP helps guide leaders through this challenging time.
SNP opens an office in New York City. The economy rebounds and emerging technologies and platforms bring fresh opportunities to the SNP team.
The 2008 recession hits. Buoyed by experience in economic downturns, SNP helps leaders and their companies endure.
SNP celebrates 20 years in business.
SNP opens its first international office in Dublin, Ireland, enabling it to better carry out its ethos: to search the world for good people and make their truths persuasive.
Startups are back on the rise and SNP continues to help them thrive.