We're on a mission to foster relationships that empower innovators to succeed.

About us


We live in a world that rewards those who have an engaged audience. Having a strong online presence has disproportionate benefits.

It can lead to unbelievable opportunities, accelerate careers and even impact your personal life. We know because we've experienced it ourselves.

Yet, it's not easy to do. Coming up with great content consistently is a challenge. No matter how far along in your journey you are, it can get exhausting. It's easy to get creatively drained, become inconsistent or stop creating altogether. Needless to say, this is a negative for your personal brand, community and career.

We want to change this. Salley makes building an audience stress-free, so you can stay centered, balanced and productive.
Our Team
Richard Mensah
Co-Founder
Leia Ruseva
Co-Founder
Our core values

Intellectual
Curiosity

Stay curious and question everything

Empathy

Listen and empathize, there are always two sides to a story

Meritocracy

No politics, ideas over titles

Transparency & collaboration

Don’t hide things, engage in productive discussion

Drive for excellence & results

Strive to do better than yesterday
Our Story
On a rainy evening in the fall of 2018, Richard and Leia found themselves in a small restaurant near Boston's North End. Brought together by the Forbes Under 30 Conference, they were busy discussing a problem: why was it so hard for startups to spread the word about their products.

Both of them had faced this challenge: Richard as a startup founder in his native Ghana and Leia as the first marketing hire at two Boston startups. Ads were expensive, media was powerful but how were you supposed connect with the right writer or podcaster? That was only half of the problem. As former creators, they both knew how hard it was to create high-quality content on a regular basis.

The restaurant had emptied out, and as the waiter started turning off the lights, Leia and Richard looked at one another: it was time for a change. The rest, as they say, is history.
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