As it prepares for a busy presidential election year, a growing local ad agency with a focus on political campaigns is expanding its footprint to the Lone Star State.
A locally produced ad campaign rolls out for the proposed Navy Hill project in downtown Richmond, a local agency is included in a winning pitch for a neighboring state lottery, and an area shop does work for a Manakin-Sabot-based Horseshoe crab blood supplier.
Coming out of a restructuring period that saw its ranks nearly halved, one of the longer-running agencies in Richmond’s ad scene is regrouping with the launch of a newly branded division that its leaders describe as reflecting a shift in the industry.
The state police department re-engages a former collaborator for a pair of awareness campaigns, a regional economic development group gets a local media-planning assist, and a Richmond jewelry store enlists an area firm for its latest ad campaign.
A local printing company’s abrupt closure last week has prompted a class-action lawsuit brought on behalf of its more than 200 former employees, many of whom said they were not paid as expected Friday for days worked prior to the closure.
A local startup is returning home from a trip to Silicon Valley with seven figures’ worth of extra baggage.
News of a local printing company’s sudden closure Monday is prompting other manufacturers, both here and across the state, to reach out with employment offers to the more than 200 workers who lost their jobs as a result.
Two years after returning to local ownership, a 31-year-old direct mail and printing company has apparently ceased operations, leaving some of its 200-plus employees to find the doors to its headquarters locked when they arrived for work Monday.
It was another best-in-show sweep for a local PR firm at this year’s Virginia Public Relations Awards, which also recognized a longtime local practitioner.
A growing local marketing firm with a focus on small-business clients has found a new home in Richmond’s West End.