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Back-to-School | What Really Matters to Multicultural Consumers?

It’s here already – the time of year when consumers are in a frenzy about their children returning to school. […]

Staying in the FLOW | Celebrating 26 Years as Multicultural Marketing Pioneers

By: Michelle Flowers Welch     This year, FCG turned 26. When I started the agency, there wasn’t a true […]

The Making of a Fearless PR Practitioner: Reflections from 2017 FCG Intern, Sydney Watkins

This past winter, we issued an RFP – “Request for Fearless Practitioners,” searching only for those ready to take on […]

Hispanicize 2017: Realizing the Impact of the Hispanic Community in Marketing Communications

Now in its eighth year, Hispanicize is the largest Latino conference for trendsetters – gathering more than 3,000 of the […]

Women’s History Month Blog – Wanda’s 25th Anniversary

FCG’s own Wanda Taylor Ward has made her mark throughout the history of Flowers Communications Group. Our team sat down […]

FCG Black History Month Spotlight: Brinton Flowers, Account Executive
Shaping Our Latino Identity – Part 1

One of the things we like to say here at FCG Latino is one size does not fit all in […]

5 Reasons Why the “Straight Outta” Campaign was Promotional Genius

This past week, social media timelines were filled with “Straight Outta” posts, created by the Straight Outta Somewhere generator. The […]