After collaborating for years on work for a shared client, a Richmond branding and design firm is bringing a Hampton Roads peer into the fold.
A group of local filmmakers is celebrating this football season after wrapping up a video series for NFL Network.
One month after the departure of its chief creative officer amid sexual misconduct claims, the ad firm has named a woman to the post for the first time.
Used to jamming with each other on TV ads, a pair of Richmond sound studios has joined forces as they look to make waves in the Big Apple.
A recently renamed firm has relocated from Gloucester to Richmond, where it opened an office in the ground floor of the Hotel John Marshall building.
Bucking the current Scott’s Addition trend, a local film production company has exited the fast-growing neighborhood in favor of office space on Robinson Street.
After more than a year meeting with clients at area coffee shops and cafés, Christina Dick is setting up an office for her agency in The Superior Building.
From wind-sprinting and yoga-posing chia bars to slow-drawing sloths and “awful” Cobb Technologies coworkers, Richmond’s advertising industry gave us lots to look at – at various speeds – in 2017.
Following their merger, ndp’s Danny Fell and Free Agent Marketing’s Ken Wayland met with BizSense to talk about joining forces, how the combined firm approaches creativity, and to play a little ping pong.
After a trying couple of weeks, the creator of the Virginia is for Lovers campaign has received an early Christmas gift, courtesy of one of its earliest clients.