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.
How much are Richmonders willing to donate to get a sit-down meeting with Bill Goodwin, Tom Farrell or the owners of some of the area’s most popular restaurants? A new fundraiser plans to find out.
When Kristen Cavallo was named CEO of The Martin Agency in the midst of a #MeToo scandal in late 2017, the marketing strategist and 25-year industry vet had less than 24 hours to wrap her head around the idea, let alone come up with a game plan or entrance strategy.
Two women at the forefront of a year of change at The Martin Agency were among the top honorees at this year’s Richmond Show, the annual awards show of the Advertising Club of Richmond.
Scott’s Addition gets a logo from a resident ad firm, a local agency launches a cultural impact team, and several shops announce promotions, new hires and clients.
After a dozen years honing her advertising chops in Chicago, Richmond native Beth Borum’s return to her hometown is playing out with a touch of serendipity.
The Brandcenter forms a new advisory council with some Richmond representation, a downtown market researcher’s work for a client leads to a branding gig for an agency’s local office, and an upcoming violin competition taps a local shop for a marketing campaign.