I only learned this today but thought it was good news from Charleston|OrwigI found the announcement on their website. They deserve a big congratulations.
Whew! Has the HR Department been busy in Clayton, MO or what? I’ve got to call this “catching up” because Tammy Donelson was kind enough to share these recent promotions and hires with me which I haven’t had from Osborn & Barr before. Like I said in a previous post, business is good!
It sure seems like the season for new staff. I think it’s a sign that business is good! If you can’t find a job in agricultural marketing give me a call or check in with NAMA because there’s a lot of them listed in the NAMA Job Network.
If only there were enough time to post them all. But then again no one else has sent their NAMA awards information. See the end of this post for more on where to find them all.
I know it’s not real new news but they sent pictures too and doesn’t that make this post more interesting? Besides don’t they look great?
Between exhibiting, talking, taking pictures and blogging there hasn’t been much time for interviews but I caught up with the chairman of the Agri-Business Educational Foundation, Mick Sibbel and he talked about ABEF.
Have you ever done a Google search for agrimarketing? You ought to. I just did. I got 36,000 results! Guess who’s number 3?
In our ZimmCast this week I interview Doug Jeske, SVP-Account Services, Meyocks Group. I had just completed a presentation with a group of staff members about our Talking News Release service and blogging with a lot of Q & A.
If you’ve wondered what a NAMA convention is or just curious to know more about next week’s program then listen to my interview with Eldon White, NAMA Executive Director.
In our ZimmCast this week I interview Greg Ehm, Two Rivers Marketing. Greg talks about the agency, their clients and services and what they think about this whole blogging thing.