As the Head of Marketing for Farmer’s Fridge, Meghan Hurley leads a multi-functional team and drives the company’s narrative through a rapidly evolving business model. She previously worked at Trunk Club, A Nordstrom Company, leading brand strategy and CRM. Earlier in her career, Meghan worked in marketing across a number of food and retail companies. She has a diverse food category background including retail, CPG and wholesale with a specific focus on premium brands, including Whole Foods Market. Within those roles Meghan developed extensive knowledge in brand strategy, market expansion, and product development and innovation. She graduated from the University of Illinois and earned an MBA from Loyola University Chicago.
Meghan lives in Chicago with her husband and two rambunctious boys. They spend the most of their time exploring the city, finding green space and trying new restaurants.
Growth is one of the best problems a business can have. It is also something that you, as a business owner, Director, C-Suite individual, or team member have to deal with on a regular basis. Whether it’s closing a sale, seeking outside funding from investors, hosting a successful networking event, hiring new members, or even simply not going crazy, you have to be mindful about the actions you take when growth happens.
This is why we launched the Growth Series. Many of us have questions and few of us have all of the answers. VisualFizz, a digital marketing company that predominantly works with ‘growth stage’ businesses has been asked these questions constantly and we felt that it’s time to provide you with some answers.
We have asked Chicago’s best and brightest to speak up and chat with us AND YOU about what they’ve learned through their years of GROWING their own thing. These individuals are industry leaders, founders of notable companies, sales geniuses, event hosts and personalities, and so much more.
We work hard to ensure that you can stay up-to-date with the Growth Series. Click below to see what’s coming up, or to listen to previous Growth Series talks.