A group effort by Richmond’s advertising community is bringing one of the industry’s more notable support organizations to town this weekend, with a goal of making a good impression to potentially attract more events here. The One Club for Creativity, a New York-based nonprofit that provides professional development and other services to its members, is… Read more »
Two Richmond-area marketing firms are upping their office footprints with moves about a mile from each other along the western edge of the city.
A longtime local spice-maker gets a new look from a downtown agency, an area brewery and a national cabinets retailer sign on with a Richmond firm, and The Martin Agency is named in a $50 million lawsuit from a former executive.
A resolution has been reached after a breakup within a local marketing agency earlier this year spawned a competing firm and a lawsuit in Richmond Circuit Court.
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.