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We have been named the 20232021 and 2018 PRINZ PR Consultancy of the Year, proving HMC is recognised by our peers as being one of the best public relations firms in the country.

You can trust the HMC team to spark the change you desire through clever communication.  We provide public relations, strategic communications, and digital marketing support to some of New Zealand's leading companies - we can help you too.

  

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Dairy farming needs more technology managers, says a leading farming family

The New Zealand dairy industry needs more technology managers as much as they need staff on the ground who can milk cows, says a leading Waikato dairy farming family. Morrinsville farmer and formerRead more

Winter nutrition critical to maintaining milk production

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Genetics helps drive an award-winning partnership

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From bedroom to boardroom: 20 years building a provincial PR agency

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Proliferation of AI and the rise of mis- and disinformation is affecting media and how businesses communicate through it

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NZ media landscape is changing, businesses need to adapt

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Organic product proven to increase plant root mass and shoot growth by 26% launched in New Zealand.

Kiwi-born farmer, Ian Rew has launched a new ground-breaking, BioGro certified organic chitin-based product for growers in New Zealand, named Flamingro, which has been proven to increase plant rootRead more

Is pasture still enough? Changing our approach to dairy herd nutrition

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PR agency HMC adds grunt to digital content creation team

Public relations and communications agency HMC has appointed Anna Clausen and Gabriel Renner as Senior Digital PR Content Creator and Junior Digital PR Content Creator, respectively.   Bringing aRead more

Is our dairy herd fertility in crisis?

In dairy farming, herd fertility reigns supreme. It's the lifeblood of a successful operation, directly impacting genetic gain, farmer profitability, and reducing environmental impact by breedingRead more

New digital decision-making tool helps dairy farmers maximise returns on feed.

SealesWinslow has launched an easy-to-use digital decision-making tool that is helping dairy farmers take the guess work out of feeding their herds and use their supplements more efficiently toRead more