Meet Jay Vroom, Illinois farmer turned CEO of CropLife America. Jay has spent the past 44 years advocating for agribusiness and crop protection companies. He is also passionate about sharing the story of agriculture with consumers.
FLM Harvest has named a new president and chief executive officer: Laurie Fleck, a 25-year communications veteran and the agency’s former chief operating officer.
Danita is a past president of National Pork Board (NPB), former chair of the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) and an agriculture advocate who farms and serves on the FLM Harvest Board of Advisors.
At FLM Harvest, we believe in investing in the future talent of the industries we serve. Our internship program is a great way to give college students hands-on experience and a sneak peek into the agency setting.
To help our agency set strategy and deliver world class work, FLM Harvest has the unique advantage of having a Board of Advisors – experts in the agriculture, food, lifestyle and pet markets – who provide us with mentoring, perspective and leadership.
Whether sending pitches to media or sharing ideas in a presentation, all communications professionals have a reason to brush up on grammar guidelines. We’ve prepared a few pointers to refresh your reviewing skills.
Consumers in every category are looking for more these days. They want something to believe in, something to aspire to. More than anything, they want to see themselves reflected in the brands and products into which they invest their time and trust. At the very least, they want to hear a good story.
Juicy, nourishing, chin-dribbling-delicious watermelon. It doesn’t get much sweeter than working with the National Watermelon Promotion Board! To encourage year-round enjoyment, inspire new uses and help you get the most from your watermelon, we created a series of deliciously inspiring videos.
FLM Harvest announces Jeff Nawn, an expert on global agricultural trade, regulation and technology, has joined the agency’s Board of Advisors. He will support our clients in a variety of policy, regulatory and trade-related issues.
I’m not sure about your workplace, but we spend hours in the meeting rooms and halls of FLM Harvest talking about millennials. And for good reason. This generation represents a veritable gold mine for marketers smart enough to know how to connect.
Incredible clients inspire us to create award-winning work. We were honored to recently accept three Golden ARC Awards at the Agricultural Relations Council (ARC) annual meeting.
Stockdale’s – known as “America’s Rural Outfitter” – has committed to a long-term partnership with FLM Harvest to develop and execute a broad marketing and communications strategy that will deepen the retailer’s connection with its target farmer and rural communities.
Pancake chain IHOP took the PR world by storm with a standout publicity stunt: a temporary name change from “IHOP” to “IHOb.” Just what exactly does IHOb stand for? International House of Burgers.
We love working with creative clients who inspire us to deliver unique experiences. Recently, we connected our client, Southern Peanut Growers (SPG), with local Minneapolis chefs to create a learning opportunity that appealed to minds and palates.
The Oregon Hazelnut Marketing Board (OHMB) has named FLM Harvest as its marketing-communications agency to develop and launch a multichannel communications campaign aimed at increasing domestic awareness and demand.
Facebook recently landed in hot water following allegations of personal data harvesting by political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. Here are three things you need to know plus our recommendations for reaching your target audience.
FLM Harvest, a strategic consulting, marketing and communications agency, announced that agriculture industry leader, mentor and veteran Jay Vroom will join FLM Harvest’s distinguished Board of Advisors.
FLM Harvest joined Meredith Agrimedia, the CropLife Foundation and other key partners to launch the No Taste for Waste campaign in New York City. In keeping with the spirit of the initiative, we aimed to host an amazing panel discussion and launch party with as little waste as possible.
Attending the National Agri-Marketing Conference in Kansas City is like coming home for the FLM Harvest team. This year’s ceremony was no exception. We’re honored to have claimed six of the top honors in the agri-marketing industry in 2018.
FLM Harvest joins the CropLife Foundation and Meredith Agrimedia this week to launch the “No Taste for Waste” initiative to reduce food waste and loss. The campaign, which includes an interactive website, special edition “bookazine” and social media outreach, is a resource for consumers interested in reducing household food waste.
For pet health marketers, the first part of any year is like a marathon. Not only are they kicking off campaigns and conducting national sales meetings, but they’re also managing the year’s two biggest medical meetings and trade shows. Now that the calendar has flipped and these shows are in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to reflect on what we learned.
AgriGold, a provider of elite seed corn hybrids and select soybean varieties, has named FLM Harvest its marketing-communications agency of record after an in-depth, industry-wide search. Through the new partnership, FLM Harvest will support AgriGold’s growth with a broad range of innovative marketing services.
Here at FLM Harvest, we feel fortunate every day to work with farmer-funded checkoff clients who are paving the way as leaders in agriculture. You may not realize that checkoff programs, also known as agriculture promotion groups, collect funds from farmers who grow different types of crops including fruits, vegetables and even mushrooms.
There’s more to your brand than your logo. There’s more to it than your tagline, website or latest product advertising, too. Your brand is a culmination of feelings, ideas and experiences customers associate with your products and people. Your brand should be as living and breathing and ever-evolving as the customers you serve.
The work we do at FLM Harvest comes in many forms. Sometimes it’s even a burger. Yes, I’m talking about your classic American cheeseburger, but with a twist. The blended burger concept, created in part by our client the Mushroom Council, uses a forward-thinking culinary technique called “The Blend,” which simply means blending finely chopped mushrooms with ground meat. The result: a more delicious, nutritious and sustainable burger.