Changes stemming from the loss of one of its biggest accounts continue to play out at the firm, as a longtime member of Richmond’s marketing scene has parted ways with the agency that absorbed his own company 15 months ago.
A local creative director is named a person to watch in an industry trade magazine, several area nonprofits get new websites, and staff changes and promotions at multiple shops in the latest roundup.
A Richmond-based ad agency has a new chief executive as part of what it called a “restructuring” that included several layoffs – its second round of staff cuts in a span of three months.
An area child development nonprofit gets a PSA from a previous collaborator, a downtown-based bank gets local rebranding help ahead of a $500 million acquisition, and area governments team up on an opioid awareness campaign.
A local health system goes out of state for its lead marketing agency, a national package delivery company re-ups with a Richmond agency after a 10-year hiatus, and the pending return of regional horseracing provides work for a local firm.
One of Richmond’s original coworking spaces has teamed with a local ad industry veteran for a rebrand and expansion.
New client work in the Hampton Roads area is prompting a longtime local marketing firm to expand its footprint there.
After five years together, the founding partners of a Richmond marketing firm have gone their separate ways, adding a new player to the local ad scene in the process.
Several area shops report new client work, a national women’s fashion retailer gets an ad from a local agency and a rebranded production studio, and more news in the latest roundup.
Local advertising had much to promote in 2018, from the rollout of GRTC’s Pulse bus line to oyster- and vacation-themed campaigns for the state tourism office.