I help small agencies get big results.

As an entrepreneur and agency owner for more than two decades, I know what it takes to grow profitably. I serve as an advisor, mentor, and coach to help small PR & marketing agency leaders achieve their goals.

— Chip Griffin

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Get help to grow your agency.

Agency Diagnostic

Book a short-term engagement with Chip to help you to address a specific challenge or opportunity that needs personalized attention.

Agency Business Checkup

Work with Chip over the course of 4-6 weeks to take a deep dive into your business to identify quick wins and long-term strategies.

Agency Growth Coaching

Get ongoing advice and support from Chip to help manage more effectively and advance your business to the next level. 

The AIM-GET Framework guides you to your goals.

Find your AIM ...

AMBITION. Know what you want to achieve with your agency business.

IDENTITY. Define your agency’s focus and ideal clients.

MANAGEMENT. Create the structure that will let you succeed.


... then GET results

GROWTH. Take steps to generate profitable new business.

EXECUTION. Deliver on the promises you make to clients.

TALENT. Recruit and retain the team you need to get the job done well.

Connect with your peers in the SAGA Community.


A private discussion forum gives members an opportunity to ask questions, share ideas, and get feedback from their peers.

Office Hours

Members get regular access to Q&A sessions hosted by Chip Griffin, allowing you to tap into his advice that is normally only available to private coaching clients.


A library of workbooks, templates, and sample documents awaits all members. Don't reinvent the wheel if you can get a head start.


Webinars, workshops, and other educational resources enable members to increase their knowledge.


SAGA hosts members in a variety of formats to encourage new connections and mutually beneficial conversations.


Stay up-to-date on industry news and insights. As a member, you have access to a private newsletter and other briefings.

Have a question for Chip?

Most SAGA content comes from questions posed by agency leaders. If it’s on your mind, you’re probably not alone — so ask away!