A local agency receives recognition from an industry trade journal, a Shockoe Bottom studio donates $10,000 worth of work to a Richmond nonprofit, and several shops pick up new clients in the latest roundup.
Minneapolis-based Padilla, which has an office in Richmond’s Manchester district, has been sold to Avenir Global, a PR-focused holding company based in Montreal.
Two local businesses in different lines of work have turned a Jackson Ward-area storefront into a shared home base.
There’s no love lost between Virginia Tourism Authority, which owns the state’s well-known catchphrase, and a local company that’s using the slogan for “Virginia is for Gun Lovers.”
A local health network’s ads take a ride on Pulse buses, an ad agency’s collaboration with the state attorney general’s office receives award recognition for a second consecutive year, and a local brewery gets a new website in the latest roundup.
A recently launched print magazine with a focus on the environment has relocated its headquarters from New York to Richmond and spawned a likeminded branding agency.
When the cannonballs were rolled out at this year’s Richmond Show, the annual awards banquet of the Advertising Club of Richmond, some of the weightiest ones went to a five-person shop that’s tucked inconspicuously in a house on Monument Avenue.
A local promotional product supplier acquires a North Carolina peer, a Scott’s Addition ad agency launches its summer internship program, and awards season continues with an area brand shop and filmmaker picking up an Emmy.
A network of news websites with a nonprofit business model expanding across the country has lured away a team of reporters from the Richmond Times-Dispatch to launch its first Virginia outpost.
A local marketing firm is expanding its book of business with a recent acquisition in Music City.