Hampden-Sydney gets a promotional magazine and blog from a Richmond agency, an animation studio hires a producer and promotes another, and several local firms collaborate on rebrands and websites for clients.
Scott’s Addition-based Arts & Letters Creative Co. is leasing the 21,000-square-foot Tobacco Row property, adding to its home base at 1805 Highpoint Ave.
An industry nonprofit taps a team of Brandcenter students to help promote its annual diversity conference, a downtown animation studio names a new creative director, and a state elections agency and a William & Mary-spawned poll worker recruitment group get new websites.
A Virginia Tech grad and former Verizon exec has a new financial backer on board to ramp up his company’s feature film output.
The president and CEO of WebStrategies is set to take on majority ownership of the company through an agreement with its founder.
A Brandcenter alum returns to the school as a professor, a local agency taps a VCU grad as creative director, and government offices for Illinois and West Virginia get marketing help from Richmond shops.
Face mask promotion abounds in the latest Pitch, as three area health systems launch a PSA campaign encouraging mask wearing, another health system gets branded masks from a downtown agency, and a local business producing masks and other PPE gets a website.
A judge has dismissed a federal suit brought last year by Joe Alexander, who claims he was the victim of a conspiracy to tarnish his reputation after he parted ways with Martin in late 2017 amid sexual harassment claims made against him within the agency.
A longtime Shockoe Slip resident has gone from tenant to landlord.
There weren’t the usual costumes and ballrooms of previous awards ceremonies, but the local advertising community still got its time to shine last week in the annual Richmond Show, held virtually this year due to the pandemic.