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1 Yonge St ##1801, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1W7, Canada
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May 20, 2019
I have thoroughly enjoyed working with New Initiatives Marketing over the past few years. Jennifer gives clear, detailed training and always answers any questions as quickly as possible. She provides a pleasant, flexible, work environment and extends honest, appreciative feedback on a job well done. In addition, NIM works hard for their clients, giving them personalized, custom attention where needed. I highly recommend Jennifer to companies needing help in marketing their business as well as anyone looking to work alongside a genuine and professional marketing consultant.

Apr 10, 2019
Jen and her team are professionals who care deeply about their clients’ needs. We’ve worked together on multiple projects now, and I very much respect Jen’s work ethic and communication skills. Keep doing what you’re doing!

Mar 10, 2019
We hired NIM for a marketing plan that we could execute on our own. They were helpful, insightful and gave us a lot of ideas and practical tips on how to grow our business.

Nov 11, 2016
We worked with New Initiatives Marketing to ramp up our marketing programs and were very happy with the strategic recommendations on how to run the programs efficiently. Not only was Jen's experience very welcome, but her ability to break large projects into tasks and delegate them appropriately was invaluable. Jen's just really helpful and insightful with how to set up and run marketing projects. It was a pleasure to work with her.

Jun 27, 2016
Great experience with these people. Good quotes and pictures. They add a nice balance to my own social messages. I get many shares of their messages on twitter. They help my page look balanced and professional. Good for my business.

INDUSTRY BLOGS

The Grain Game: How Grains Shape the Soul of Whiskey

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Whiskey, a beloved spirit savored around the world, is a product of nature's simplest ingredients. At its heart, whiskey is nothing more than water, yeast, and most importantly, grain....

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The Fascinating History of Whiskey: From Earliest Origins to Present Day Popularity

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Whiskey, a distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash, has a rich and fascinating history that dates back centuries. Its story traverses continents, cultures,...

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The Art of Distillation: How it Shapes the Flavour of Whisky

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Hello, whisky enthusiasts! Today, we're embarking on a spirited exploration of one of the most significant steps in whisky-making: distillation. We'll delve into how this intricate...

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A Whiskey Journey: From Water Source to Distillery

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Every whisky connoisseur will tell you that the secret to a great whisky lies in three key elements - grain, yeast, and water. But did you know that it's the water, often overlooked,...

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Carrie Nation: A Crucial Catalyst of the Temperance Movement

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Carrie Nation, born Carrie Amelia Moore on November 25, 1846, in Garrard County, Kentucky, was a formidable figure in the American Temperance Movement, known for her audacious...

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The Science of H2O: Why Water Matters in Whisky Production

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Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink? Not so in whisky production! Here's a playful dive into the scientific significance of water in crafting the spirit we all adore....

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Bourbon: The Quintessential American Whisky with a Unique Twist

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Hey there, whisky enthusiasts! Today, we're going to delve into a topic that's as smooth as a top-shelf dram – the unique character of bourbon whisky. Now, if you're new to the...

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Whiskey Production: 18th Century Methods vs Modern Techniques

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In the 18th century, the choice of grain for whiskey production was largely determined by regional availability. In Scotland and Ireland, barley was the predominant grain, while...

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