Thrilled to be helping with the PR launch for Farm&Oven Snacks, Inc. Here’s a bit about this new brand and its founders — two savvy food industry veterans.
Kay Allison and Mike Senackerib, whose innovations for big food companies have generated billions of dollars in revenue, are the co-founders of Farm&Oven Snacks, Inc.
Their delicious Bakery Bites deliver 40% of daily vegetables + one billion probiotics per pack, inspired by Kay’s daughter who’s way beyond a picky eater. The perfect healthy snack!
Amazing flavors including Beet Dark Chocolate, Carrot Cinnamon, Pumpkin Maple Pecan and Zucchini Lemon Poppyseed. Pre-order at farmandoven.com/shop/
And, stay tuned for the official press launch in Sept…
Progressive Grocer Magazine looks at ‘what’s next’. Who made the list? Duke’s Smoked Meats for high-protein, low-sugar snacks.
A recent column for Company Week written by Rob Haynes, Director of Business Development for Dynamic Funding, Inc. on financing options for manufacturers in Colorado.
“Here in Colorado, the flourishing economy has positioned the industry for impressive growth. According to the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI), “Expectations for 2017 include modest growth overall, with some sectors (such as construction supplies, high tech, and healthcare manufacturing) and some regions (including Colorado) faring better than others.” Sectors such as bioscience, technology, beverage and natural foods are leading the way in innovation across the West and helping to grow the 18 million American jobs that manufacturers support.
As the industry and specific sectors continue to emerge, we are seeing an increased need for financing in three specific areas: advanced technologies, automation, and space.” Read more.
Great read for any company, any brand and certainly any agency folks. “Your best salespeople are your customers. Here is how to get them to drive your revenue.” Read the Inc. article.
See the full Denver Business Journal article on Dynamic Alternative Finance and the marijuana matchmaker, Scott Jordan.
Excerpt: “Scott Jordan, director of business development for Douglas County-based Dynamic Alternative Finance, has for the past two years connected marijuana business owners in need of capital to private investors who like the cannabis industry.
He has arranged about $27 million in loans and equipment leases for cannabis-business owners in Colorado, Oregon, Washington and California. And he projects 25 percent growth in the company in 2017.”
See the select local and trade media coverage of Thanasi Foods on planned acquisition by Conagra. Boulder-based Thanasi is the parent company of Duke’s and BIGS brands.
Denver Business Journal
Boulder Daily Camera
Food Business News
Convenience Store Products
See local press coverage of Centennial Bank and Trust and Citywide Banks Planned Merger
Denver Business Journal 2/13
Denver Business Journal 2/16
See the video interview with the Denver Business Journal on new lie detection technology available in Colorado and across the Denver Metro Area. DBJ’s Greg Avery interviews JP Page at Accountability Polygraph Services on the new EyeDetect technology.