Built from Big Skies, made for Pines

By day, Industrium’s Amber Lofthouse is a Search Marketing Manager (she’s a whiz at data analytics). By night, Amber is a food enthusiast. A Montana native, Amber grew up with two avid cooks for parents who insisted on eating at the dinner table every night. Amber was a biology major with a minor in chemistry […]

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Be Different.

Don Fibich, Industrium’s Creative Director, has produced Super Bowl ads for Jeep, Anheuser-Busch and Blockbuster.

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The Branching of America

If you’ve traveled down Route One (U.S. Rt. 1) in my town, Falmouth, Maine, you may have missed something quite remarkable. And that’s the point. I draw your attention to the roughly three-quarter-mile stretch of road between Foreside Tavern and Waldo’s General Store (yes, this is a small town — not Mayberry small — but […]

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Corgi > Cats

7 Questions with…Amanda Hayward   Three years ago, the Agency’s account team was bright, but got brighter still when Amanda Hayward moved to Portland from Vermont. Fresh from her UVM graduation, Amanda remembers being “very nervous” during the job interview (more on that later). She’s still here, so I guess this means she likes us. […]

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The name’s Bunny…Bugs Bunny.

Technical lead on KG’s Interactive team, Michael Morris worked for FastPivot, based in Ashville, North Carolina, for seven years where he was able to work remotely from cafes and hotels in 49 of the 50 states. Michael has lived in Germany, Colorado, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, and is now happy to call Maine home. It’s here he […]

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Wishlist: Yaktrax for Stilettos

Kate Bachman has been an ambitious force at KG for the past two years, which is all part of her master plan to one day take over the world. She once lived for a year in a town called Surfers Paradise (she was studying), but before that Kate grew up in another (albeit snowier) kind […]

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Cookies, Cocoa and Clients: Navigating PR During the Holidays

It’s that time of year again when snow starts to fall, carolers begin warming up their pipes and public relations professionals are forgetting to brush their hair and having stress dreams about getting everything done (successfully) before the holidays…

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Not Boring

7 Questions with…Matt Robbins     Matt Robbins has many titles – musician, photographer, mountain biker, vintage motorcyclist, just to name a few – but here at KG he is production manager (and that guy who sometimes cooks hot dogs in the toaster oven). Matt is a member of not one but three bands, one […]

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She Loved Bread

Abbi Baldwin started at KG eight years ago and continues to be a fundamental force in the agency. She works as the creative services manager and in addition to keeping the creative team organized and on task, she also somehow manages to magically keep the rest of us in line. We thought Abbi could help […]

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I Know Brands and Boy Bands

A couple of weeks ago, I was one of four KGP-ers who participated in the Agents of Change Digital Marketing Conference. The daylong conference featured a panel of digital, social media and brand building experts and was attended by more than 400 of Maine’s best marketers, social media and SEO specialists and public relations professionals. I […]

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