Pinquelton Group was founded by Andy Eninger and John Loos, two learning designers & facilitators who are partners in business, comedy and life (yep, we’re married, which is why we often dress alike.) What started 10 years ago as a critically acclaimed sketch and improv comedy duo called Pinque Pony has evolved into a dynamic employee development business that marries our unique comedic perspective and sense of play with our 25+ years of combined corporate facilitation experience. We also proudly resource a deep well of experienced talent with similarly unique corporate learning perspectives to deliver memorable, fun and discovery-filled ideation, collaboration and storytelling experiences.
"Insight is understanding people.  Empathy is insight in action." 
John Loos
John Loos is a writer, actor and facilitator who has taught corporate workshops for 100+ companies around the world (11 countries and counting!) Companies and organizations he has worked with include AT&T, Visa, Verizon, Deloitte, Nickelodeon, Capital One, Merck, Novartis, Freddie Mac, Dropbox, Omnicom Media Group, Leo Burnett, the Federal Reserve, World Bank, Accenture, Toyota, Abbvie and Dell. He specializes in corporate storytelling from a sketch comedy perspective, uncovering data-driven and deeply human insights and rigorously fun ideation that brings out unexpected and powerful ideas. Prior to his facilitation work, he taught in the sketch comedy writing program at The Second City and worked as a journalist for several B2B magazines, two areas that helped hone his deep and unique corporate storytelling skills. In his creative life, he has written, produced and starred in four comedy web series, including his sketch comedy series John Loos: Too Big For This World, which was nominated for 4 Indie Series Awards and a finalist at the New York Television Festival. 
Andy Eninger
Andy is a Program Designer and Speaker. He helps individuals and organizations connect to audiences using the principles of improvisation.  With two decades of experience in helping organizations, he pulls from a vast toolkit of techniques to help corporations & brands understand their audience and craft a memorable story.

Andy has worked with hundreds of corporations, including Walmart, Procter & Gamble, Leo Burnett, Cigna, State Farm, Visa, Verizon, Salesforce, SAP, Deloitte, Nike, GE, Walgreens, Merck, MetLife, Kellogg’s and many more. His work takes him around the world to design and deliver learning programs in collaborative leadership, executive presence, innovation and storytelling for sales teams. For the famed Second City and their training arm, Second City Works, he served on the design teams to create programs in Storytelling, Inclusion and a digital offering for Presentation & Sales.

In his spare time, Andy continues to write, direct compose and perform with productions like “Bandgeeks! A Halftime Musical,” “Little House on the Parody” and “Whitney Houston, We Have a Problem!” He was a founding member of GayCo Productions, the Chicago Comedy Company and The Playground Theater.

Andy was the Head of the Writing Program for the Second City Training Center from 2011 to 2016. He holds a BS in Mass Communications and an MA in Playwriting from Miami University, and studied film directing at the Academy of Drama & Film in Budapest, Hungary. He lives in Los Angeles.

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