FLM Harvest, a marketing, communications and consulting agency focused on food and agriculture, rebrands as Curious Plot. The 90-person agency says that the new brand is the result of a year-long discovery, strategic alignment, brand naming and identity process. Its ownership, leadership, team members, clients and services remain unchanged. Those services include public relations, creative and content, social/digital, media and management consulting. “Curious Plot signals our own evolution and continued growth in our dedicated space,” said Curious Plot president and CEO Laurie Fleck. “We were very thoughtful about our approach to our rebrand. It involved the entire agency, and the outcome is a new identity that helps us tell our unique and authentic story,” Fleck said.
Indicate Media, a public relations and digital marketing agency that partners with global B2B technology, asset management, venture capital and growth equity firms, launches a content marketing division. The division, led by technology and science journalist Jeremy Hsu, offers services including content strategy, thought leadership development, content creation and editing, and social media execution. “Having executed countless B2B tech and financial PR campaigns over the past decade, we saw an immediate need for companies to amplify their storytelling across multiple channels,” said Todd Barrish, founder and president. “Having access to smart writers that come armed with both business and deep tech acumen is paramount to content marketing success.”
Global Results Communications unveils its new logo, part of an overall brand refresh that also includes a new website. The agency says that the website and logo are meant to reflect the agency’s ability to keep clients moving forward. “We felt this was the perfect time for a change that reflected momentum—a continuation or a new chapter for both our clients and the agency itself,” said GRC founder and CEO Valerie Christopherson. “We have expanded our capabilities with new clients, new hires and more opportunities for growth.”