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Case Study: FarmedHere

FarmedHere came to BIGfish seeking a public relations partner that could create national awareness of the company as a leader and visionary in the indoor vertical farming industry.

The strategy: Conduct aggressive media outreach to coordinate onsite media tours; secure positive press coverage of company news and position executive leadership as expert sources on sustainable agriculture.

Farm Visits

Thought Leadership

New Facility Launches

We achieved our goal by securing over 100 positive press mentions in just six-months across top-tier innovation, business and industry publications. Check out these results:

6
months

103
press mentions

152,286,403
total potential reach

West Louisville FoodPort – New Farm Announcement

After being awarded a $400,000 tax incentive, FarmedHere looked to BIGfish to announce its second facility in Louisville, KY, secure press coverage and host a media reception. Working closely with Kentucky state officials, the local Louisville government and the West Louisville FoodPort team, BIGfish organized a widely-attended event with special guest Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.

25
press mentions

27+
million impressions

60+
event attendees

7535Scientists are also looking for ways to expand the Earth’s arable surface. Indoor farms, like FarmedHere LLC of Bedford Park, Ill., are cropping up in urban areas. Using LED lights and tight climate controls, they grow crops and produce for local consumption. — Jacob Bunge, Wall Street Journal

11448Louisville, Kentucky will soon be home to a large indoor vertical garden installed in part of a 24 acre campus, FarmedHere has announced. This indoor vertical garden, like others, will maximum how every inch of space is used and will offer several benefits over traditional gardens, including being able to grow food all year rather than just during summer months. This vertical garden will be at the West Louisville FoodPort. — Brittany A. Roston, Slashgear