Create a Logo More Exciting Than My Boring Company Name!
Check out susan 4's Logo design contest…
What’s your company slogan?
Tag line is "Fresh Ideas for Strategic Foodservice Marketing" but it may be too wordy for the logo so we could consider it with or without the tagline.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a consultant specializing in helping agriculture companies market their products to the foodservice industry. I do everything from public relations and culinary education tours to new business development and marketing plans for clients such as Driscoll's berries and Sunkist citrus. In a nutshell, I connect farmers, distributors and chefs.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Here is a business profile and bio: Food Marketing Resources - Profile Food Marketing Resources was founded in 2001 by Susan Renke, a produce industry marketing veteran who has spent her entire career working with a variety of food and agriculture organizations, including commodity boards, branded produce companies and trade associations. Susan’s specialty is foodservice business development and marketing programs aimed at increasing usage and visibility for her clients’ products. Susan has an in-depth knowledge of produce distribution and purchasing systems, menu development and culinary trends. Susan’s experience on both the client and agency side of the fresh produce industry, combined with her ability to build long-lasting relationships that bring her clients together with their key customers, are what make Food Marketing Resources unique. Business Model Food Marketing Resources provides clients with strategic marketing direction, project management and execution, delivered on time and on budget. Susan Renke oversees all projects, in partnership with her clients. Susan is available to work solo for her clients on a consulting basis, or as workloads and priorities grow and change, she draws on the talents of other seasoned professionals and assembles customized teams to best meet her clients’ marketing goals. These specialists might include creative directors, copywriters, photographers, food stylists, chefs, menu R&D specialists, recipe developers, and market researchers. All programs are personally managed and reviewed by Susan to ensure not only accuracy, but proper messaging, consistency, timeliness, and budget parameters. This business model provides efficient solutions by bringing additional resources on board only as needed, servicing clients in the most professional and cost-effective manner. Unique Expertise of Food Marketing Resources Strategic Planning • Development of long-range, strategic sales and marketing plans • Identification of foodservice operator customer targets and distributor networks • Integration of marketing, advertising, and public relations programs Strategic Execution • Foodservice menu development across multiple industry segments • Distributor sales force training for clients’ products • Relationship-building industry events and custom education programs • Management of foodservice public relations programs • Development of content for digital and print product education • Market research analysis to identify foodservice operator usage trends Biography - Susan Renke Susan Renke has focused her career in the food business, specializing in helping agriculture clients market their products to the foodservice industry. Her varied background across many facets of the food industry, on both the client and the agency side, has given Susan a unique perspective on the business of food marketing, advertising, promotions, public relations and culinary trends. Susan opened Food Marketing Resources in 2001. As an independent marketing consultant, she has worked with organizations such as Driscoll Strawberry Associates, the Pear Bureau Northwest, Sunkist Growers, the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, and Monterey Mushrooms. She started her career working at advertising agencies specializing in the foodservice industry. After eight years with the California Strawberry Commission, in positions ranging from foodservice specialist to marketing director managing a five-person retail merchandising team, Susan spent two years with branded produce marketer Sun World International, handling foodservice marketing and consumer public relations programs. After overseeing foodservice programs for the Produce Marketing Association, Susan directed trade advertising and public relations activities for clients such as the Beef Industry Council, the California Avocado Commission and the California Strawberry Commission while a Vice President with Ketchum Food Marketing. Working on staff with Driscoll Strawberry Associates, Susan managed the company’s foodservice marketing and consumer public relations activities, and helped launch their consumer affairs program. She has been a consultant with Driscoll’s on foodservice business development since 2001. Susan moved to the Napa Valley to work with the Culinary Institute of America Greystone as Director of Corporate Relations in 2013. In 2014 Susan re-launched Food Marketing Resources and a culinary tour business called Global Palate Adventures (a division of Loom Dancer Weaving Odysseys). Susan is a member of a variety of professional organizations including the International Association of Culinary Professionals, International Foodservice Editorial Council, the Produce Marketing Association, and the World Food Travel Association. A graduate of California State University, Chico with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, Susan resides in Napa, California.
$499 Silver package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at €269.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
susan 4 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
I selected Nugdud's designs from over 100 designs submitted. While creativity played a part of the selection, this designer also gave me visuals of what the design would look like on a variety of formats (clothing, business cards, etc). It was this proactiveness combined with submitting designs that were both conservative and progressive (I chose one of his progressive designs) that made my choice an easy one. Ngudud was open to suggestions and worked in a very time fashion. I would work with this designer again.
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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