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We’re growing – say hello to our five new hires!

This post was featured in The Minneapolis Egotist on April 25, 2018.

Quick! Grab five extra plates and scoot over to make room, we’re growing and we’ve added five new faces to the IN Food crew over the past several months.

Graphic Designer, Maddy Baker (second from left), joined the team in August, bringing previous experience with mouthwatering food and foodservice imagery as a designer for HyVee Corporate. (She’s a perfect fit for an agency that specializes in heating up sales for food companies!)

Content Strategist, Caroline Carlson (far right), followed closely behind Maddy in September. Caroline adds her own food industry expertise gained as a writer for organic food cooperative Organic Valley, as well as a meticulous red pen, to the IN Food arsenal.

October welcomed Account Coordinator, Nina Bernardi (second from right), to IN Food’s office. The team benefitted immediately from Nina’s keen attention to detail, unparalleled organizational skills and previous experience doing account coordination for an agency in Des Moines, IA.

In February, Account Executive, Maggie Alt (center), pulled up a chair at the IN Food table. Coming from an Account Executive role at cloud-based retail software company SPS Commerce, Maggie has been a natural—and invaluable—addition to the team.

Not long after Maggie, Social Media & Marketing Intern, Ciara Metzger (far left), jumped on board. Ciara graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a B.A. in Strategic Communications and brought to IN previous food industry marketing experience working for local muesli company Seven Sundays. Ciara keeps all things social media running smoothly here at IN…so smoothly in fact, that she has already been promoted to a full time role and will soon be our new Digital Marketing Coordinator!

Last week all five new team members received our signature IN Food welcome: a food fight featuring each new hire’s favorite food. We love how these images capture each person’s personality, and prove that as an agency we can handle just about anything that’s thrown at us.

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